Lemon, lime and bitters
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|Served||Straight up or with ice|
|Standard garnish||Slice of lemon or lime|
|Standard drinkware||Highball glass|
|Commonly used ingredients|
|Preparation||Rim the inside of the glass with 4 to 5 dashes of Angostura Bitters then pour lemonade and lime cordial (15–30 mL) into glass. Garnish with Lemon if desired. Has 2% alcohol.|
It is often considered to be a non-alcoholic cocktail (or mocktail) due to its exceedingly low alcohol content, though some establishments consider it to be alcoholic and will not serve it without identification or proof of age.
It is made to order in most bars but a pre-mixed version is made by a number of soft drink companies and this version is widely available in supermarkets.
- Gunner (cocktail) - a similar Hong Kong drink, with ginger ale, lemon juice and bitters.
- List of cocktails
- Kriewaldt, Kit (8 December 2018). "We drink more than 100 million a year and it's all ours". ABC News. Retrieved 8 December 2018.
- Angostura Bitters - Lemon/Lime/Bitters, "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 12 August 2007. Retrieved 6 January 2008. , retrieved 6/1/08
- The curious origins of the lemon, lime and bitters, Australia's national drink, ABC, 9 December 2018
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