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Ramoz Fizz


Glass: 10oz rocks
Method: shake & strain
50ml gin
12.5ml lime juice
12.5ml lemon juice
12.5ml sugar syrup
12.5ml single cream
1/2 bar spoon of orange flower water
1/2 egg white
Ice cubes
Soda water


Put all the ingredients (minus the soda) into a mixing glass and fill with ice. Cap with a Boston shaker and shake for a few minutes, or until completely exhausted. Strain into an ice filled rocks glass and top with soda.


lemon and lime shavings and add two sip straws.

Other Information

Created in 1888 by Henrico C Ramos in the Imperial Cabinet Saloon in New Orleans. It was originally called a New Orleans Fizz.

Ramos insisted each drink be shaken for at least 10 minutes and hired shaker boys to whip up these drinks, shaking the drink until their arms hurt before passing it down the line to the next.