One of the great Prohibition era gin cocktails The White Lady was invented by famed bartender Harry MacElhone. It originally featured crème de menthe, triple sec and lemon, however he changed the recipe whilst working in his own joint, Harry’s New York Bar in Paris. The updated recipe calls for gin, orange liqueur, lemon juice and egg white
2 OZ 1000 PIERS COASTAL CAROLINA GIN
1OZ ORANGE LIQUEUR
1/2 OZ LEMON JUICE
1 EGG WHITE (PASTURISED)
Add the gin, orange liqueur, lemon juice and egg white into a shaker and dry-shake (without ice) vigorously. Add ice and shake again until well-chilled. Strain into a coupe glass.