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July 12th, 2009
Today's drink is a Rosemary Salty Dog, a glorified version of Gin and juice. We don't consider the muddled rosemary to be optional (it is in the link). The Rosemary is in the name but won't hit the taste buds if you leave it all in the garnish. It's definitely worth the extra effort.
1 grapefruit wedge and kosher salt
One 1-inch piece of rosemary sprig, plus 1 sprig for garnish
1/2 teaspoon sugar
2 ounces fresh red grapefruit juice
1 1/2 ounces gin
Moisten the outer rim of a martini glass with the grapefruit wedge and coat lightly with salt. In a cocktail shaker, muddle the 1-inch rosemary sprig with the sugar. Add the grapefruit juice, gin and ice and shake vigorously. Strain into the martini glass and garnish with the rosemary sprig. Take the extra effort and expense for fresh rosemary and fresh juice; it's probably not necessary to use a top tier gin, though it's definitely not wasted in this drink if you can afford it.
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