Orange Blossom Cocktail Recipe

Orange Blossom Cocktail Recipe

There are two types of orange blossom, according to the Old Waldorf-Astoria Bar Book. There’s one on the rocks and one up like a martini. Each drink contains orange juice and gin and is a classic cocktail. No matter what the event, they’re a great addition. A.S. Laski wrote a book in 1935. Orange blossom no. 1 (neat) was probably made by “some young bridegroom or other who wanted something novel to use at his final stag party.” Crockett makes an interesting comment about the cocktail, and it almost sounds like he didn’t like it so much. Although he has forgotten the drink over the years, it hasn’t faded beneath the surface. This orange gin cocktail was made even better by the addition of sweet vermouth, which takes the edge off of the acidity. The drinks are delightful when they all come together, and we very much enjoyed them.

Orange Blossom No. 2

It is not included in Crockett’s recipe for the orange blossom no. 2 (also known as the Adirondack cocktail). As it is constructed in “bar glass”, you can use an old-fashioned to drink from it. Although it has a slight higher concentration of alcohol than Screwdriver, it is definitely reminiscent of Screwdriver. You need to add two ounces each of gin and orange juice to the ice to make the drink.

More Tips for Making a Great Orange Blossom

Neither the orange blossom cocktail nor the London dry gin is bad with orange blossom gin, but you may be more pleased with one of the older flavors. They pair particularly well with citrus fruits like Plymouth, Old Tom, and Genever as they have an underlying sweetness not found in more modern styles. In addition, it is important to know that gin is rarely mixed with orange juice. The two just don’t work as well as other pairings, so you should be picky when it comes to your gin choice. Some of the gins from Crockett’s time may also have been a bit sweeter than they are now. By using a gin that follows these guidelines you will be able to balance out the citrus and drink an orange blossom flavored gin. With the Orange Juice, you shouldn’t mess it up with an orange juice carton. This is a delicate pairing. Fresh-squeezed juice is always recommended, but there are certain drinks for which it is simply essential, and orange blossom juice is one of them. It is a good choice to juice a few oranges or, if that isn’t possible, purchase the best, freshest, and purest orange juice you can.

Cocktail strength (from 1 to 10 scale)

The strength of Orange Blossom Cocktail Recipe cocktail is 7 out of 10.

Nutrition (calories per serving)

The estimated calories of Orange Blossom Cocktail Recipe cocktail is 139 calories per serving.

Preparation time (minutes)

The time it takes to create Orange Blossom Cocktail Recipe cocktail is 3 minutes.

Tools needed

  • Bar Spoon
  • Strainer

Glass

  • Martini Glass

Ingredients (ML/OZ)

  • Gin 3/4 ounce
  • 3/4 Oz. sweet vermouth
  • 3/4 Oz. orange juice

Steps to Make It

  • The ingredients need to be gathered.
  • Add ice cubes to the mixing glass and pour the ingredients in.
  • Add well and stir.
  • In a chilled cocktail glass, strain the mixture.
  • Take care of yourself and have fun.

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