Try a modern take on a classic Pendennis Cocktail
The Pendennis Cocktail has had many variations since its heyday in the 1940s. Try our version: In an ice-filled shaker, combine 2 ounces Plymouth gin, ¾ ounce Rothman & Winter apricot liqueur, ¾ ounce lime juice and 2 dashes Peychaud’s bitters, shake 17 to 20 seconds and strain into a cocktail glass. It boasts a nose of grapefruit, orchard fruit and fresh white flowers with a tart, bright, clean and lightly bitter finish.
Ted and Jamie Kilgore are longtime contributors to Sauce Magazine and co-owners of Planter's House.
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