The earliest known reference to this drink is in Harry Craddock’s 1930 edition of the Savoy Cocktail Book. We’ve stuck to the original recipe and it truly is a deliciously fruity cocktail that makes a fantastic aperitif.
There’s something quintessentially British about this cocktail; I always picture a barman wearing a starched white jacket, crisp white shirt and a black tie whilst preparing a Paradise.
How to serve it
- In a mixing glass, add all the ingredients.
- Add plenty of ice and shake.
- Fine strain into a Martini glass.
- Garnish with an orange zest twist.