Basically a Martini with orange juice and sweet vermouth, this was one of the most popular cocktails of the era immediately after Prohibition. Its inventor is in dispute, with some attributing it to Johnnie Solon at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel while others say Joseph Sormani, a restauranteur from the Bronx, created the drink.
- Gin - 2 fl oz
- Orange Juice - 1 fl oz
- Sweet Vermouth - 1 Tbsp
- Dry Vermouth - 1 Tbsp
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