Jasmine

  • Base Spirit Gin
  • Preparation Shaken
  • Flavor Bitter
  • Served Up

A thoroughly modern cocktail, whose relative youth shouldn’t discourage you. Invented by Paul Harrington in 1990s San Francisco, this bittersweet concoction will seduce anyone who enjoys a Negroni or Pegu Club.

Fun fact: The drink was named after a school friend, but Harrington actually misspelled his last name, Jasmin.

You can check out more of Harrington’s drinks in his book, Cocktail: The Drinks Bible for the 21st Century.

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  1. Combine Gin, Campari, Cointreau, and Lemon Juice in a tin with ice.
  2. Shake.
  3. Double strain into an up cocktail glass.
  4. Garnish with an orange twist.
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