Daisy

According to Mr. Simon Difford this vintage cocktail has undergone a lot of tweaking over the years. The essential DNA of the Daisy involves adding a little soda water to a Sour, and by the early 20th century, grenadine had become the traditional sweetening agent. All versions, however, agree that a Daisy should be cold, refreshing and garnished with seasonal fruit.

• 6 cl. Old English Gin
• 3 cl. fresh lemon juice
• 3 cl. grenadine
• Club soda

Instructions: Combine spirit, juice and syrup with ice cubes in a shaker. Shake and strain into a fancy cocktail glass with ice cubes. Top with club soda and garnish with lemon.