Gimlet

Gimlet

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"Nothing goes as well with gin as lime!"
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Ingredients

2 m servings
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  1. Place sugar in a shallow dish; dip rim of chilled glass into sugar so rim is coated.
  2. Scoop ice into a shaker. Pour gin and lime juice over the ice, and shake well. Pour drink into prepared glass.

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Most helpful positive review

One of my favorite drinks! I usually make mine 2:1 gin to Rose's Lime (the best sweetened lime juice), and garnish with a lime instead of the sugared rim.

Most helpful critical review

This wasn't very good. tasted like limeaid, not a gimlet. You're supposed to use Rose's Lime Juice AND fresh lime, and no sugar. I generally use vodka, too. Oh well.

This wasn't very good. tasted like limeaid, not a gimlet. You're supposed to use Rose's Lime Juice AND fresh lime, and no sugar. I generally use vodka, too. Oh well.

One of my favorite drinks! I usually make mine 2:1 gin to Rose's Lime (the best sweetened lime juice), and garnish with a lime instead of the sugared rim.

One of my favorite cocktails! I only used fresh lime juice. I don't think the sweetened would be very good but I like sour flavors.

I agree that gin and lime are a great combination! The gimlet is one of my favorite cocktails. This one is way too sweet for me, even without the added sugar. I usually use 1 sweetened lime j...

Such a retro drink! It just makes you feel so sophisticated. I love it!

My abosolute favorite drink. A classic that you cannot go wrong with.

This drink was a hit! I used the Rose's sweet lime juice and it was perfect! I will definately be making this drink more often!

Use Duffy's Lime Juice if you can find it. Best in Gimlets and Margaritas.

EASY, DELICIOUS!