Gim, Creme De Leite, Xarope Simples, Suco De Lima-da-pérsia, Suco De Limão, Água De Flor De Laranjeira, Clara De Ovos, Água Com Gás, Orange Zest
Encher uma coqueteleira com cubos de gelo. Adicionar gim, creme de leite, xarope simples, suco de lima-da-pérsia, suco de limão, água de flor de laranjeira e clara de ovos. Agitar e coar em um copo alto. Completar com água com gás. Decorar com orange zest.
Henry C. Ramos invented the Ramos Gin Fizz in 1888 at his bar, the Imperial Cabinet Saloonin on Gravier Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. It was originally called the New Orleans Fizz, and is one of the city's most famous cocktails. Before Prohibition, the bar was known to have over 20 bartenders working at once, making nothing but the Ramos Gin Fizz - and still struggling to keep up with the demand. During the carnival of 1915, 32 staff were on at once, just to shake the drink. The drink's long mixing time (12 minutes) made it a very time consuming cocktail to produce.