1) Grab a chilled Martini Glass.
2) Poor Lime Juice in glass (If you can not find "Rose's Lime Juice", then juice a lime 2 oz)
3) Poor the Navy Strength into the glass. Then Stir well. This will just allow it to mix together. (If you can not find Plymouth Navy Strength then use a Gin that is above 50% abv.
Optional)Place a lime wedge on the side of the glass to look nice
Thank you for calling attention to the higher-proof gin(which I failed to do in my Gimlet recipe). Liked this one.10 months, 1 week ago
No problem. I love using the Navy Strength in recipes or on voyages. It keeps up moral. Sadly not as many people know about the higher strength in Gin. I have seen may recipes with lower strength gin, but I did some research and saw it was originally made the higher strength Gin due to Gun Powder.
I looked up your recipe you certainly have done your research on the drink and a worthy choice of gin to use. Also gave your Gin a like as well.
The gimlet was invented by a Royal Navy doctor named Sir Thomas Desmond Gimlette so sailors could mix gin with their daily lime ration to prevent scurvy.3 months, 1 week ago