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  • goldfinch & scout

    Vodka Southside aka The 21 Club Southside Cocktail as prepared by Lambert's Austin, TX: Dripping Springs Vodka, Lemon Juice, Soda, Mint

  • Laurie Cross

    Southside Fizz Recipe

  • Marianne Jett

    Fave summer cocktail but with vodka instead of gin

  • Gillian Viers

    looks like a refreshing summer drink

  • Amy Williams

    Southside Fizz This classic fizz was traditionally served without ice, but adding several large cubes or a long spear of ice makes for a fine slow-sipper. For extra decadence, substitute chilled dry Champagne for the club soda to make a minty French 75. 2 oz. dry gin 3/4 oz. fresh lemon juice 1 tsp. superfine sugar (or use simple syrup) 8–10 mint leaves Chilled club soda Large ice cubes or ice spear Glass: highball Tools: muddler, barspoon, shaker, strainer, tea strainer Garnish: mint sprig

  • LeAnne Gault

    Imbibe: 5 Gin Cocktails For Summer

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