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Ramos gin fizz

[ rey-mohs ]
/ ˈreɪ moʊs /
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noun
a cocktail of gin, egg white, lime and lemon juice, sugar, and cream, shaken with ice and often topped with soda or seltzer.
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Origin of Ramos gin fizz

After Henry C. Ramos, U.S. bartender, inventor of the drink

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