1 oz Gin (Death's Door)
2 tsp Lemon Juice (1/3 oz)
2 tsp Grenadine (1/3 oz)
1/2 Egg White
Dry shake, add ice, and shake again. Strain into a Sour glass and garnish with 5 drops of Angostura Bitters.
For a nightcap two Sundays ago, I opened up Charles Baker's South American Gentleman's Companion and spotted the Juanito Rosado which he had at the Guayaquil Yacht Club in Ecuador. The recipe lured me in for it was an interesting Pisco Sour variation that split the pisco with gin and made it a bit more colorful with grenadine. Alternatively, the drink could have also been a Pink Lady variation with pisco in place of the applejack. Given that the recipe stemmed from South America, the Pisco Sour as the starting point seems a little more likely. Searching on the web, the drink name appears to be common in Chile; however, it refers to a wide variety of recipes with the closest one being a Cognac, lemon, and grenadine combination and the quirkiest one being brandy, Fanta orange soda, and condensed milk.