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Dale Degroff was behind the modern revival of fresh juices for drinks. His advocacy helped bars use fresh ingredients instead of bottled sweetened juices, hence the Fitzgerald drink was invented.

Essentially a Gin Sour (without the egg white), a couple of dashes of bitters into the Fitzgerald cocktail adds sweetness and roundness to the drink.

Don't forget to see what other drinks you can make with the ingredients you already have in your bar.


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  1. Add all ingredients into shaker with ice and shake well.
  2. Strain into ice-filled glass

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