The White Lady cocktail. A dry gin, citrus classic! And an homage to Downton Abbey. - BoulderLocavore.com

The White Lady cocktail. A dry gin, citrus classic! And an homage to Downton Abbey. - BoulderLocavore.com

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The White Lady - a simple gin cocktail with Cointreau and fresh lemon.
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Burleighs White Lady cocktail: Leicestershire gin maker, Burleighs, has used its export strength gin to make this timeless cocktail. The gin's fresh orange notes pair effortlessly with the bitter orange Cointreau and fresh lemon juice

Burleighs White Lady cocktail: Leicestershire gin maker, Burleighs, has used its export strength gin to make this timeless cocktail. The gin's fresh orange notes pair effortlessly with the bitter orange Cointreau and fresh lemon juice

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The White Lady has a lot of similarities to a Sidecar - the key difference being the main ingredient, gin rather than brandy.

The White Lady has a lot of similarities to a Sidecar - the key difference being the main ingredient, gin rather than brandy.

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White Lady:       Ingredients    2 ounces London dry gin  1/2 ounce Cointreau  1/2 ounce lemon juice  1 egg whites     http://www.esquire.com/drinks/white-lady-drink-recipe#ixzz1nNOleyjI

White Lady: Ingredients 2 ounces London dry gin 1/2 ounce Cointreau 1/2 ounce lemon juice 1 egg whites http://www.esquire.com/drinks/white-lady-drink-recipe#ixzz1nNOleyjI

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The Pisco Sour is an exotic twist for any cocktail party or gathering. While both Chile and Peru claim this classic as their own, this cocktail has sweet and sour flavors that can be enjoyed anywhere in the world.

The Pisco Sour is an exotic twist for any cocktail party or gathering. While both Chile and Peru claim this classic as their own, this cocktail has sweet and sour flavors that can be enjoyed anywhere in the world.

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The Pink Lady, featuring applejack and gin, was originally popular in the 1950s. It's pink and opaque, so on first sight you might expect it to be cloyingly sweet, but it's actually drier than most modern cocktails.

The Pink Lady, featuring applejack and gin, was originally popular in the 1950s. It's pink and opaque, so on first sight you might expect it to be cloyingly sweet, but it's actually drier than most modern cocktails.

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