The Last Word Cocktail

The Last Word Cocktail is a Prohibition-era drink that I recently discovered at a local restaurant. One sip of this gin cocktail and I was in love. But you have to be careful. It can be a really strong drink.

The Last Word Cocktail

The beautiful green color comes from the fresh squeezed lime and the Green Chartreuse liqueur, which we have used before in the Gin, Sage, and Ginger Beer Cocktail and the Thai One On Tequila Cocktail.

Don’t skimp on the fresh lime. The bottled stuff just isn’t the same.

I like using Plymouth Gin when I have The Last Word Cocktail. I’ve found it’s a good gin for mixed drinks.

prohibition era cocktail

The secret to The Last Word Cocktail is to use equal parts of all four ingredients.

You decide how strong you want your drink to be based on the ratio you use. I typically go with 1/2 ounce of each.  Those of you who are daring could bump it up to 1 ounce of each. Or even more if you are really, really brave. I am not.

Gin Cocktail - The Last Word

The Last Word Cocktail
How to make The Last Word Cocktail
Serves: 1
  • Equal parts - ½ ounce to 1 ounce of the following:
  • Plymouth Gin
  • Green Chartreuse
  • Maraschino Liqueur
  • Fresh Squeezed Lime
  1. Combine equal parts of all four ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice.
  2. Shake and strain into a martini glass.

Last Word Cocktail

For some other classic cocktail recipes check out: Old Fashioned Cocktail and Campari Cocktails.


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Jessica Torres is the chief cocktail creator here at One Martini. When not playing bartender in her kitchen and on the Internet, Jessica can be found improving her food and drink photography, spending time with her family or attempting to nap. Jessica also writes at allParenting and Savvy Sassy Moms. Subscribe to our newsletter to get all of the latest cocktail creations delivered directly to your inbox.
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