Sometimes also just called the La Louisiane, it was first recorded by Stanley Clisby Arthur. He notes in his 1937 book that it was the house cocktail of the historic restaurant of the same name in New Orleans, which was built in 1881. It joins the Sazerac and Ramos Gin Fizz, hailing from the French-Creole city.
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