The JLP (cocktail)

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The JLP is a type of cocktail made in the same vein as a Cape Codder, being a mixture made with a fruit juice base, and a spirit.

Ingredients

A JLP is a cocktail made with vanilla vodka, lemonade and guava juice. Proportions can vary.

Related drinks

The JLP is similar to various other cocktails such as the Sea Breeze (which uses grapefruit juice), the Bay Breeze (which adds pineapple juice), Madras (using a base of orange juice), Sex on the Beach (a combination of orange juice and schnapps), the Cosmopolitan, (a base of lime juice), and the Rose Kennedy Cocktail which includes club soda.

Background

The cocktail was first created on the Northern Beaches in Sydney, Australia in 2008 and became wildly popular thereafter in various small bars, and boutique venues. The drink’s name, JLP is attributed to its creator; a Northern Beaches local and socialite.

Typical recipe

  • vanilla Vodka shot
  • 25ml guava juice
  • 25ml lemonade
  • lime wedge garnish