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Triple Citrus Ramos Gin Fizz

For a taste of New Orleans, all you have to do is call your friends, bust out the blender for a few Triple Citrus Gin Fizzes, and let the good times roll. As the story goes, the Ramos Gin Fizz was invented by Carl Ramos, who employed a chain of "shaker men" to meet the constant demand for this frothy cocktail in his New Orleans bar. The "shaker men" would line up and, passing the cocktail down the line, would each shake the cocktail for 30 seconds to achieve that frothy, meringue-like texture. Legend has it that each cocktail would take 12 minutes to make — a true labor of love! Luckily, with the help of the blender, you can make this fresh and citrusy cocktail without breaking a sweat.


8 cocktails

Total Time

10 minutes

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Heat sugar, water, and zests in a saucepan over medium, stirring until sugar dissolves, about 5 minutes; remove zest.

Combine simple syrup, gin, egg whites, lemon juice, lime juice, orange juice, and heavy cream in a blender; blend 2 minutes.

Add ice and blend 30 seconds; strain into a pitcher. Stir in club soda and serve over ice.

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