Tuxedo (1903)

The Tuxedo cocktail, a great name, a delicious historical recipe. If you like your stirred cocktails, this is a must try! Although it calls for a few different ingredients, they are all very typical ingredients you will use in plenty of other recipes.

This classic recipe is from around the same time that the Dry Martini was starting to become drier in style and transforming into the drink we know today. Early Martini recipes from the late 1800s through the early 1900s, as well as the recipes like the Martinez, and the Tuxedo all included sweet ingredients, more like a Manhattan than a Dry Martini. Read More





  • 45 ml GIN (3 parts)
  • 45 ml DRY VERMOUTH (3 part)
  • 5 ml ORANGE CURAÇAO (1/3 part)
  • 5 ml MARASCHINO LIQUEUR (1/3 part)
  • 7.5 ml MAPLE SYRUP (1/2 part)
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How to make it

  • 1 – Add all ingredients to a mixing glass.
  • 2 – Stir ingredient together to dissolve the maple syrup before adding ice.
  • 3 – Fill the mixing glass with ice, then stir to chill ingredients and add the perfect amount of dilution from ice melt.
  • 4 – Strain into a cocktail glass and spray a twist of lemon over the surface of the drink. Discard the lemon twist rather than adding it to the drink.
  • 5 – Finish with a maraschino cherry.
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