The White Madras cocktail is a refreshing and tangy drink that was popular in the 1980s. It is made from gin, triple sec, and lemon juice. It's hard to tell when this cocktail was first created but we know it became popular in the 1980s. The drink has been served mostly in casinos and bars in Las Vegas. It served as a drink of choice for the business people who would come to gamble.
It is not just for adults; it's also a perfect beverage for kids because of its citrusy flavor and color. Since, the recipe is so simple and the ingredients are well-available so, anyone can make it at home. It's easy and delicious – just rum, cranberry juice and orange juice, shaken with ice and served over ice.
1½ ounce white rum
1½ cranberry juice
1 ounce orange juice
¼ ounce lime juice
Lime or lemon wedge for garnish
1. In a highball or cocktail glass, add ice, rum, and juices.
2. Garnish with citrus wedge.