Left Bank cocktail in a short glass with a lemon slice.
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Left Bank

Like its namesake, The Left Bank is a complex, unexpected combination of flavors, but one that you’ll remember long after your final sip.

  • cocktail Easy
  • clock 3-5 minutes

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Ingredients

  • 1.75 VSOP
  • 0.75 rouge vermouth
  • 0.5 fresh squeezed lemon juice
  • Top with ginger beer

Step-by-step

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Step 1

Build all ingredients into a Highball or Double Old Fashioned glass, over a clear Collins ice cube

Step 2

Top with soda

Step 3

Garnish with either a whole or half lemon wheel

Complete your cocktail with

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