The White Lady has a lot of similarities to a Sidecar – the key difference being the main ingredient, gin rather than brandy.
How to make a White Lady
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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. In this version of a White Lady, we have added a touch of sugar to balance the citrus and egg white to give it a velvety mouth feel.
45mL London Dry Gin
20mL Triple Sec
20mL Fresh Lemon Juice
15mL Sugar Syrup
1/2 an Egg White
Fill a boston glass with ice
Add all ingredients and shake
Strain into a stainless tin and continue to 'dry shake' (without ice)
Double strain into a chilled coupe
Garnish with a twist of lemon
Remember to 'dry shake' your ingredients when using egg white in a cocktail to produce a thicker foam
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