Short, sharp and sophisticated, just like this recipe, the Campden tastes like something a 1920s flapper girl would have drunk at a real-life Great Gatsby party.
1/2 Dry gin (we used 30ml)
1/4 Cointreau (we used 15ml)
1/4 Lillet (we used 15ml)
Cocktail – for best results, chill it first
Shake everything with loads of ice. Strain into glass and sip while saying something sassy.
DEGREE OF DIFFICULTY
Daaaaahling, any idiot can make this one. Be a dear and fetch me another, would you?
This recipe is from The Savoy Cocktail Book by Harry Craddock (first published 1930 by Constable & Co; this edition published 1987 by Spring Books).