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Simple and elegant: the Gimlet
The Gimlet is not just a cocktail with a long history and a bitter taste, but also very easy to prepare. Therefore, we recommend it not only as a welcome drink in Le Hall but also at home.
Think back to the British Empire and its colonies. Airplanes as well as refrigerators had not been invented yet. Since the journeys were much longer then, a ship didn’t only have to carry sufficient provisions, but also sufficient vitamins. So it happened that Rose's Lime Juice, a sweetened and (almost) non-perishable lime juice prevailed against fresh, perishable fruit. Another problem of the long voyages was stomach troubles. The British had a quit effective remedy though- Gin. And how do you make Gin bearable? Absolutely correct! This is how the Gimlet was born.
6 cl Gin
3 cl Rose’s Lime Juice
Pour Gin and lime juice into a mixing glass with ice cubes and stir well. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Serve without ice.
Of course you are welcome to enjoy a Gimlet at our hotel bar!