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Winter Fizz

Winter Fizz


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Ingredients

Build the Cocktails

  • 9 Ounces Tanqueray® London Dry
  • 4.5 Ounces cinnamon syrup
  • 18 Ounces club soda
  • 4.5 Ounces fresh lemon juice

Directions

Build the Cocktails

Combine all ingredients except for club soda in a large bowl or
container. Stir thoroughly. Pour into six glass bottles with a
funnel, making sure that each bottle is filled evenly. Top each
to desired fill line with soda. Lay out seasonal herbs and fruits
for guests to choose their own garnish.

Bottles, bottle cappers and caps are now easily – and
economically – available for purchase online.
Google “bottle capper” for options.


Fleming Fizz

Photo by Joseph De Leo, Food Styling by Micah Marie Morton

This winter cocktail is a cross between a Penicillin and a French 75. I’ve always thought that the Penicillin, with its ginger and honey, was the perfect whiskey sour for winter—and that many sparkling cocktails felt too light and springy for the colder months. I dubbed this tribute the Fleming Fizz in honor of Sir Alexander Fleming, the Scottish scientist who discovered penicillin antibiotics.

When made at Russell House Tavern in Boston and featured in my book, Boston Cocktails: Drunk and Told, I used two separate syrups that were already behind the bar, but here, the recipe is adapted for easier mixing at home.

This is a bold, spicy cocktail for Scotch lovers—if you prefer your ginger a little less pungent, add ¼ cup additional water and ¼ cup additional honey to the syrup. Extra syrup is excellent for sweetening tea, a hot toddy, or cocoa.


Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

Put a hibiscus flower (available from lakeland.co.uk and some supermarkets) and 1 tbsp of its syrup in the bottom of a glass, then pour over prosecco. Don’t discard the flower – it tastes of raspberry and rhubarb.

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

Mix 1 tbsp sugar with ½ tsp ground cinnamon in a small dish. Decorate the rim of a champagne flute by dipping it into a saucer of water then dipping it into the sugar mixture. Pour 1 tbsp ginger syrup from a jar of stem ginger into the glass, then top with equal quantities of pear juice and prosecco. Garnish with a slice of stem ginger.


Ingredients

Step 1

Chill 2 Collins glasses. Combine rosemary leaves and salt in a cocktail shaker and gently press out oils with a muddler, about 45 seconds. Add egg white, lemon zest, mezcal, lemon juice, and agave nectar. Cover cocktail shaker shake vigorously (without ice) until egg white is emulsified, about 20 seconds. Carefully uncover (shaker will be quite full) and add ice just to fill. Cover and shake until egg white is very frothy and cocktail is cold, about 30 seconds.

Step 2

Set chilled glasses next to each other and double-strain cocktail into glasses, dividing evenly. Top off each drink with 3 oz. club soda and garnish with a rosemary sprig.


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Equipment needed to make this gin fizz drink

If you’re into mixology, you probably have everything you need to make this cocktail. But if your idea of mixing a drink is pouring a glass of Champagne, (my cocktail of choice), or splashing a Coke with spiced rum, you may need to purchase a few things to make your mixology experience easier.

What is a bar spoon?

A bar spoon is a really pretty tool. It is a thin, long-handled spoon. It holds about as much as a standard teaspoon but it is usually far more decorative. It usually has a threaded handle to make it easy to hold and turn – not to mention more attractive.

Additional cocktail equipment

The drink calls for a Collins glass. This is a glass style named for the Tom Collins cocktail. It is basically a tall type of tumbler that holds somewhere between 10 and 14 ounces. You don’t necessarily have to buy Collins glasses if you already own tall tumblers.

But you will need to get a funnel if you don’t already have one. It isn’t necessary for making this version of a gin fizz, but its going to be really hard to transfer your Honey Thyme Grapefruit Elixir to the storage container without it.


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There's just something about when the leaves start turning and there's a crisp breeze in the air that makes one want to throw on a nubby sweater and sit by the fire&mdashpreferably with a cocktail in hand. Whether you fancy a classic apple cider based beverage (nothing says "fall" quite like a sweet whiff of apples and cinnamon), or fancy a tequila tipple, we've pulled together incredible recipes for autumn cocktails that will have you covered for every weekend of the best season of the year.

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Ingredients

2 oz Alibi Gin
.25 oz lemon juice
Agave nectar, to taste
Sparkling apple cider
Garnished with thyme and apple

Instructions

Pour gin in shaker, add lemon juice and agave nectar, shake, and then pour into a high ball glass and top with sparkling cider. Garnish with fresh thyme and an apple slice.

Ingredients

2 oz rye whiskey
.25 oz pure maple syrup (grade A Amber is recommended. For a richer version try grade B)
3 dashes chocolate bitters
Orange twist with scorched orange oil

Instructions

Add all ingredients to an old fashioned glass with a large piece of ice. Stir thoroughly. Release the oils from the orange zest through a flaming wood pick over the surface of the drink and serve.

From Water Grill in Southern California

Ingredients

2 oz pear brandy
2 oz pear nectar or fresh pear juice
.75 oz fresh lemon juice
.5 oz simple syrup
1 pear slice
1 egg white (optional)

Instructions

Combine pear brandy, pear nectar, lemon juice and simple syrup into cocktail shaker with ice. (If including egg white, add with this step.) Shake and mix well. If egg white was added, be sure to shake vigorously. Strain into martini or coupe glass. Garnish with pear slice.


SPICED PEAR MARTINI

A heady winter mix sweet spiced pear up front and a warming botanical gin finish.

  • 50ml Cotswolds Dry Gin
  • 12ml pear liqueur
  • 25ml pear puree
  • 8ml spiced sugar syrup
  • 8ml lime juice

Place all the ingredients into an ice filled shaker, shake and fine strain into a chilled Martini glass.


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