Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 0 mins

really a morning after drink. we used to have them at christmas brunch every year


  1. blend all ingredients, except soda, in a blender or shake by hand for minutes.
  2. strain into a highball glass, and then fizz in some soda.
Most Helpful

This was Deeelicious. I don't usually drink gin but this was really great. At first I thought 1 ounce of sugar is an awful lot but went with the recipe and it turned out perfect. Next time I will keep some crushed ice in the glass though just to keep it cooler for a bit longer although it didn't last too too long. Using fresh lemons makes it very refreshing. Also I need to buy me an assortment of drinking glasses, I don't have much to choose from. Thanks so much for posting this recipe Malarkey, I really enjoyed it. Made for the Comfort Cafe '09

FrenchBunny July 07, 2009

I'm looking for new ways to dress up gin and this was great! I realize it's not a "new" way, but it's new to me... loved it!

HeidiSue May 18, 2009

I've been looking for a basic Gin Fizz recipe for ages, after watching the TV series JEWEL IN THE CROWN and watching the Anglo-Indians scoffing down Gin Fizzes in the heat. This is tasty and refreshing, and will make a a great brunch/hangover-curing tipple for those who prefer something sweeter than a Bloody Mary!

Very Berry April 08, 2009