Cocktail Guide — White Rain
BUSS N°509 WHITE RAIN PERFECT SERVE Ingredients 50 ml BUSS N°509 White Rain Gin 125 ml classic Indian tonic A stick of liquorice Slices of lime Serving steps for 1 glass: Fill a Spanish bowl or Bourgogne (470ml) with large ice cubes Pour the BUSS N°509 White Rain Gin over the ice cubes Stir the ice and the gin in the glass to blend and cool Pour the tonic slowly onto the mix Stir once (gently) Garnish with liquorice and lime
BUSS N°509 WHITE LADY Ingredients 40 ml BUSS N°509 White Rain 20 ml Triple Sec 15 ml Lemon juice Origin: In 1919 Harry MacElhone, while working at Ciro’s Club, London, created his first White Lady with 2 shots triple sec, 1 shot white crème de menthe and 1 shot lemon juice. 1923, he created the White lady above at his own Harry’s New York Bar in Paris. Originally with egg white. Serving steps for 1 glass: Shake all ingredients and double strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with lemon zest
BUSS N°509 BUSS MY PASSION Ingredients 40 ml BUSS N°509 White Rain 20 ml Lime juice 40 ml Coconut milk 10 ml Passion Fruit syrup 10 ml Double syrup Origin: Created for Ozzo Restaurant by Carl Van Droogenbroeck Serving steps for 1 glass: Pour all ingredients in the glass and fill with crushed ice. Garnish with ½ passion fruit
BUSS N°509 ASIA MULE Ingredients 40 ml BUSS N°509 White Rain 30 ml Lemon juice 10 ml Monin Ginger Syrup 10 ml Double Syrup 50 ml Finley Ginger Ale Origin: Variation on a Moscow Mule by Carl Van Droogenbroeck. The classic Moscow Mule dates back to 1941 when to men met at New York City’s Chatham Bar. One was John Martin, owner of Smirnoff, and the other gentlemen was Jack Morgan who was trying to launch his ginger beer. It was here that they hit on the idea of mixing both products, thus creating the Moscow Mule. Serving steps for...