Vodka, Lime juice, Mint syrup, Lime, Mint
Shake, strain, up, garnish with a lime wedge rested on a pair of mint leaves such that it looks like a bird in flight.
Named for a large leaf used to fan oneself, the Palmyra is, according to Fred Yarm, a "Boston classic" from the early days of the cocktail renaissance. Its huge pour of booze and vodka base speak to an earlier era, but according to Yarm the drink still holds up.
|Created by||Tom Mastricola, No. 9 Park, Boston.|
|Posted by||DrunkLab on 09/04/2013|
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