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- Origin: This drink got its name from a gentlemen's club in London. The Buck's Fizz was developed by Patrick McGarray during the 1920s, and today it is still served at the bar where it was created.
- Glass: Champagne Flute
- Method: Build, stir and charge with bubbly.
12.5ml Bombay Sapphire Gin
25ml Sir Juice Orange Juice
12.5ml Butlers Cherry Kirsh
Charge with Piper-Heidsieck Brut Champagne
- Notes: An orange slice may be used as a garnish.
- Base Spirit: Gin
- Liqueur: Cherry Kirsh
- Type: Cocktail
- Difficulty: 2
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