The reason I’m such a Gimlet fan is because while I like certain drinks and flavorful martinis, I’m not a huge fan of hard alcohol.
I quite more often find myself dancing with a glass of wine or beer – I’ve enjoyed enough beer in my life to get a small nation toasted.
Such was the deal when Sean’s wife first introduced my (breathtaking) girlfriend and me to a Vodka Gimlet one evening while we were visiting them. Step 1 – Select a Vodka Now, if you want me to go ahead and make life easy on you, here we go – use Grey Goose. But not being a vodka connoisseur myself, I can tell you that I don’t like a vodka with a bite – and Grey Goose is about as smooth as they come. After all, the vodka is half of the ingredients, so you’d better enjoy it. In order for this recipe to work, the vodka must be at room temperature.
For me, the perfect Gimlet is far from site when any vodka other than Grey Goose is employed. But trust me – if the vodka you’re using was less than for 750 ml – you’re probably being cheated out of good taste. Step 2 – Select a Lime Juice No – any lime juice will NOT do. Makin Time Now it’s time to actually make the drink. You should have the following three ingredients: Making a Good Drink is Never Quick There you have it – the perfect Vodka Gimlet. Make sure you get the lime all the way around the rim of the glass. When your lips first touch the glass, you’re immediately introduced to the tart of the fresh lime juice, almost unexpectedly.
So I have, in my wisdom, decided it wise to share with you the perfect Vodka Gimlet recipe – from ingredients to the way to pre-treat the glass.
Those in the know already know that a Vodka Gimlet is one of the easiest recipes to make. But there are things that can be done to make it even perfect-er, and here is Dave’s way of making the perfect Vodka Gimlet.
This is unlike other sites claiming to be free, but that charge members for additional features or upgraded membership.This includes a fully functional search and messaging system.Posted by dave It has come to the attention of my ever watching eye that this website gets hit quite often looking for information on the veritable Vodka Gimlet.I posted about my love for said drink in some post somewhere, and Google has picked it up and sent many a budding Gimlet connoisseur my way.
Certainly I can enjoy a Gimlet with Level or Van Gogh or Stoli or even Absolut if… There is only one lime juice you may use and if you don’t use it, you’re out of the family. It should not be a two second exercise to make a good Gimlet. When the Gimlet touches your lips, the cold that you’re feeling in the hand holding the drink wakes up your senses. Posted in Mixed Drinks, Recipes, Vodka You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
Roses West India Sweetened Lime Juice is the shiznit, and you really shouldn’t use anything else. sweet taste – but is concentrated enough to still enjoy the lime impact. A sip of the drink attacks your mouth with sweet and tart at the same time (this is MY kind of sweet-tart! Yet when you swallow, the Gimlet leaves a familiar, welcoming warm in your chest.