Liquid Experimentation

This recipe came about while testing the results of our “cocktail foams” post last week. It’s a bit of a play on Mixology – with a super simple Gin Fizz base and our fancy lime-celery foam on top.

A Whole New Drink

The neat thing about this drink is how the foam changes and enhances the experience overall. Notice – it’s served with a straw. Drinking from the straw tastes like one cocktail, but drinking from the side of the glass tastes very different, as the customer tastes the celery lime foam and experiences the aroma and texture. It’s a very fun way to make something simple a little bit more molecular (without getting too crazy.)


Gin Fizz with Celery Lime Foam

This is a classic Gin Fizz with a bit of modern molecular technique on top.
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  • 2 oz Gin Brockman's
  • 1 oz Lemon Juice
  • 3/4 oz Simple Syrup
  • 3 oz Soda Water
  • 2 inches Celery Lime Foam

Celery Lime Foam

  • 4 oz Water
  • 4 each Egg Whites
  • 2 oz Lime Juice
  • 1 1/2 oz Rich Demerara Sugar Syrup
  • 4 dashes Celery Bitters


  • Add gin, lemon juice and simple syrup to a cocktail shaker.
  • Add ice and shake.
  • Strain into a Collins glass without ice.
  • Top with soda water, leaving an inch of space near the top .
  • Top again with celery foam from prepared ISI canister.

Celery Lime Foam

  • Add all ingredients into an ISI whipping canister.
  • Close it up and add a nitrous charge. Charge and shake.
  • When used up, add another nitrous charge and charge and shake again.