"Bee's Knees | Crafted Pour"

"A classic Prohibition-era cocktail, the Bee's Knees is named in the vernacular of the era with a phrase meaning basically "awesome." (If there was an Urban Dictionary in the 1920s, they would confirm.) It's a variation of the classic Gin Sour, using honey instead of sugar, shown here with a garnish of dried Meyer Lemon. The recipe is attributed to Frank Meier, a bartender at the Hôtel Ritz Paris.", "Bee's Knees", "Bee's Knees",

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Bee's Knees By , May 8, 2009 A classic Prohibition-era cocktail, the Bee's Knees is named in the vernacular of the era with a phrase meaning basically A classic Prohibition-era cocktail, the Bee's Knees is named in the vernacular of the era with a phrase meaning basically "awesome." (If there was an Urban Dictionary in the 1920s, they would confirm.) It's a variation of the classic Gin Sour, using honey instead of sugar, shown here with a garnish of dried Meyer Lemon. The recipe is attributed to Frank Meier, a bartender at the Hôtel Ritz Paris. Ingredients: - London Dry Gin - Lemon Juice Instructions: Shake/Strain into Coupe. Garnish with Lemon Twist. Crafted Pour 100,Sours,Prohibition,All Recipes