1940s Drink:Orange Gin Fizz

In the 1940s the Gin Fizz (containing gin, lemon juice, sugar and carbonated water over ice) was wildly popular. We concocted a modern-day version of this classic with a mix of orange juice and pink grapefruit juice. Be sure to give this cocktail a try before the warm evenings are behind us!

Ingredients:
-2 ounces orange juice
-1 1/4 ounces gin
-1 tablespoon simple syrup
-4 ounces fresh pink grapefruit juice
-seltzer

Directions:
1. In a glass, pour orange juice over ice. Combine gin, simple syrup, and pink grapefruit juice; slowly pour over orange juice. Top with seltzer.

Original recipe from Martha Stewart

Photography: With Style & Grace

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