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Garnish with a lime twist.
 
Garnish with a lime twist.
  
Source: Robert Hess (2008)
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Source: [[Robert Hess]] (2008)
  
 
According to Robert:
 
According to Robert:
 
::''A friend of mine opened up distillery (Pacific Distillery) here in Washington State, where he makes both gin (Voyager) and absinthe (Pacific). I felt compelled to work up a drink for him which would use both of these products in an approachable fashion, so I came up with the following. I would have called it the “Voyager” cocktail (since that is the name of his gin), but I’d already used that name already. Since the label boasted a proud clipper ship, I figured that would make a great name too.
 
::''A friend of mine opened up distillery (Pacific Distillery) here in Washington State, where he makes both gin (Voyager) and absinthe (Pacific). I felt compelled to work up a drink for him which would use both of these products in an approachable fashion, so I came up with the following. I would have called it the “Voyager” cocktail (since that is the name of his gin), but I’d already used that name already. Since the label boasted a proud clipper ship, I figured that would make a great name too.

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Shake with ice, strain into an ice-filled Old Fashioned glass. Garnish with a lime twist.

Source: Robert Hess (2008)

According to Robert:

A friend of mine opened up distillery (Pacific Distillery) here in Washington State, where he makes both gin (Voyager) and absinthe (Pacific). I felt compelled to work up a drink for him which would use both of these products in an approachable fashion, so I came up with the following. I would have called it the “Voyager” cocktail (since that is the name of his gin), but I’d already used that name already. Since the label boasted a proud clipper ship, I figured that would make a great name too.