Ramos gin fizz

noun Ra·mos gin fizz \ˈrāməs-\
variants: less commonly

Ramos fizz


Definition of Ramos gin fizz

  1. :  a mixed drink consisting of gin, cream, white of egg, lemon and lime juice, sugar, and orange-flower water shaken vigorously, strained, and served often with the addition of a little soda water in a tall glass

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Origin and Etymology of ramos gin fizz

after Henry Charles Ramos, 19th–20th century American bartender

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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