Scoff-law


Shake with ice and strain
Canadian Club whisky. (1 oz, 3 cl)
⅓ Dry Martini vermouth. (1 oz, 3 cl)
1/6 lemon juice. (½ oz, 1.5 cl)
1/6 grenadine. (½ oz, 1.5 cl)
Shake and strain into cocktail glass.
Serve in a cocktail glass (4.5 oz)

Notes:

The Scofflaw was said to have been invented by a bartender named "Jock" at Harry's American Bar in Paris around 1924. The word Scofflaw is a prohibition era term which was coined in 1923 to describe someone who drank alcohol illegally.


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