The story goes that Hugo R. Ensslins, the former head bartender of the Wallick Hotel in New York, created this classic in 1916. In addition to the conventional gin sour, he added crème de violette and maraschino, and the aviation was born.
- London Dry Gin
- Italian Maraschino
- Creme de violet
How to prepare
Costs can be recorded in the cash register to the nearest cent. The table of measurements enables immediate status control in the restaurant or in the stockroom.
Developed with restaurateurs and bartenders for restaurateurs.
Anyone can use it – regardless of whether an intern, apprentice, chef de rank or bartender. The guests always have a consistent, positive experience.
Opportunity / Upsells
Guests can take the cocktail experience home and enjoy it with friends. They will tell of their visit to your location at the same time.