Brand Blue Fizz
30ml Double Cream
20ml Vanilla Sugar Syrup
20ml Egg White
15ml Lemon Juice
15ml Lime Juice
10ml Blue Curacao
Pour all the ingredients except the soda water into a shaker tin.
Seal and shake for 15 seconds without any ice.
Open the shaker and add cubed ice and shake again for 1-2 minutes.
The longer shake is important to cool the drink as it is served without ice.
It also gives you a great looking foam.
Pour a little soda water into an empty Collins Glass, about 10-15ml.
Strain the drink into the Collins Glass and leave to sit for 20-30 seconds, top up with Soda Water, allowing the foam head to rise up and sit above the rim of the glass.
Garnish with a recycleable/re-useable straw.
The foam head should be strong enough to hold the straw straight without it resting on the rim of the glass.
Jigger or measure
Double Strainer/Sieve (if using)
This is a very slight twist on the legendary Ramos Gin Fizz, the main difference is dropping the Orange Blossom water (because I think it’s disgusting) and replacing it with Curacao, specifically Blue Curacao as the end drink has a blue hue that isn’t dissimilar to the Blue used in Twenty’s branding. The other major difference is that we don’t suggest you shake this drink for 11-12 minutes as called for in the original Ramos Gin Fizz recipe, though feel free to try.
Unless you happen to own a paint mixing machine, there isn’t much you can do in terms of lightening the load when it come to putting together this Cocktail, the only consolation I can offer is that when this drink is made right, you’ll appreciate the effort!