Noble Gin - Lime Juice - Sugar syrup - Soda - Foaming Extract
Citrus - refreshing
The first printed reference to "fiz" is in the appendix to the 1876 edition of Jerry Thomas' Bartender's Guide. The fizz is actually a cocktail that came forth out of the Sour. Instead of using still water, you add sparkling water to your drink and you create a "fizz" because of the fizzing sound of the glass.
The fizz became widely popular in America between 1900 and the 1940s. Known as a hometown speciality of New Orleans, the gin fizz was so popular that bars would employ teams of bartenders that would take turns shaking the drinks.
Our recommendation: Your very first aperitif of the day. It's 17 'o clock somewhere, right?
Strength of the Cocktail: 2,5/5
Perfect Couple: Lychee Mango Daiquiri
Price for one serving (15cl), garnish included