5 Speakeasy Cocktails...And Their Shady Pasts #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/46674#slide5  White Lady  Introduced in the late '20s, The White Lady was born from the drink the “Delilah,” which included crème de menthe. The Savoy’s Harry Craddock replaced it with orange liqueur, and it became an instant classic.  1.5 oz Tanqueray London Dry Gin .75 oz orange liqueur .75 oz lemon juice Pour all of the ingredients into a shaker, fill with ice, shake and strain into a chilled coupe glass…

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The White Lady cocktail. A dry gin, citrus classic! And an homage to Downton Abbey. - BoulderLocavore.com

The White Lady cocktail

The White Lady cocktail. A dry gin, citrus classic! And an homage to Downton Abbey

White Lady (gin, Cointreau, lemon juice, egg white)

White Lady

Esquire's Drinks Database contains hundreds of cocktail recipes, curated and annotated by the noted drinks historian and scholar, David Wondrich.

The classic white lady cocktail gets an herbal upgrade with rosemary simple syrup and I share my favorite craft American spirits.

Rosemary White Lady

The Rosemary White Lady is an ethereal summer cocktail of gin, Cointreau, lemon juice, rosemary simple syrup and egg white.

The White Lady has a lot of similarities to a Sidecar - the key difference being the main ingredient, gin rather than brandy.

How to make a White Lady

White Lady ~ Ingredients London Dry Gin Triple Sec Fresh Lemon Juice Sugar Syrup an Egg White

Burleighs White Lady cocktail: Leicestershire gin maker, Burleighs, has used its export strength gin to make this timeless cocktail. The gin's fresh orange notes pair effortlessly with the bitter orange Cointreau and fresh lemon juice

Burleighs White Lady cocktail

Burleighs White Lady cocktail: Leicestershire gin maker, Burleighs, has used its export strength gin to make this timeless cocktail. The gin's fresh orange notes pair effortlessly with the bitter orange Cointreau and fresh lemon juice

The simple, sweet and bubbly Gin Buck was a popular summer cooler during the Roaring Twenties.

Gin Buck

Gin Fizz: Love the Tom Collins? Try its frothy, bubbly cousin, the Gin Fizz. The secret to creating the perfect creaminess and froth is to shake, shake, shake—and then shake some more.

The White Lady - a simple gin cocktail with Cointreau and fresh lemon.

The White Lady

white lady ounce fresh lemon juice 1 ounce cointreau or triple sec 2 ounces gin ice Add everything to a shaker and shake vigorously.

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How to Make a White Lady

White Lady: 1 ounces London dry gin 1 ounce Thyme-Infused Cointreau ounce fresh lemon juice 1 teaspoon double simple syrup (see note) ounce egg white Ice cubes 1 orange peel, for garnish

White Lady drink recipe: Gin, Cointreau, Lemon Juice

The classic recipe for the White Lady, or Delilah, is basically a Sidecar with gin in place of brandy.

Read about this cocktail in the Agatha Christie mystery, "By the Pricking of My Thumbs" (Tommy and Tuppence), and wondered what it was...interesting history, and sounds delicious!

White Lady

White Lady 2 ounces London dry gin ounce Cointreau ounce lemon juice Shake well with cracked ice, then strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Read more: White Lady - Drink Recipe – How to Make the Perfect White Lady - Esquire

White Lady

Learn how to make a scrumptious White Lady Cocktail - Shake and strain all ingredients together in a cocktail shaker with plenty of ice. Strain into a chilled martini glass.

White Lady - Drink Recipe – How to Make the Perfect White Lady

White Lady

Esquire's Drinks Database contains hundreds of cocktail recipes, curated and annotated by the noted drinks historian and scholar, David Wondrich.

The White Lady cocktail. A dry gin, citrus classic! - BoulderLocavore.com

The White Lady cocktail

The White Lady cocktail (recipe). A dry gin and citrus cocktail from the early celebrating the final season of BBC's Downton Abbey.

This version of the White Lady is light and fresh, blending the subtle botanicals of gin with the sweetness of Cointreau and the tartness of lemon juice. Though the proportion of gin is high in Uyeda's iteration, his technique skillfully blends the flavors of the cocktail in such a way that it tastes as lovely and ethereal as it looks.

White Lady

4 parts dry gin such as Martin Miller's or Beefeater ounces), 1 part Cointreau ounce), 1 part fresh lemon juice ounce). Add the gin, Cointreau and lemon juice to a shaker filled with ice. Shake well and strain into a cocktail glass

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