This Thirsty Thursday, mix up your cocktail game with a drink that may not be too familiar: a Gimlet!
What's a Gimlet?
A gimlet is a historic cocktail dating back to the 1920's made of one part gin, one part lime juice. It's name is derived from a tool used to drill holes, and given the potency of the cocktail, it is said to have a "penetrating" effect on the consumer. A gimlet can also be made with vodka, if that's more your poison of choice.
Our Gimlet recipe (makes 1):
4 ounces gin
2 tablespoons sweetened lime juice, such as Rose's
1 lime wheel, for garnishing
In cocktail shaker filled with ice, shake gin and lime juice for about 1 minute. Pour into martini glass. Garnish with lime.