Some say this pre-Prohibition cocktail was the first drink named after a movie star - it was created at New York City's Waldorf Astoria as Charlie Chaplin rose to fame in silent films. Sloe gin, a red fruit-infused liqueur from England, was likely a nod to Chaplin's British roots.
Recipe courtesy of Food Network Kitchen
Charlie Chaplin
Yield:
1 drink
Level:
Easy
Yield:
1 drink
Level:
Easy

Directions

Combine 1 ounce each sloe gin, apricot liqueur and fresh lime juice in a cocktail shaker; fill with ice. Shake well and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

Photograph by John Paterson/Studio D

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