Means of Preservation

by | Aug 21, 2018

 

We just think there’s something very elegant with clear cocktails. It’s like you cant’t hide something, so the cocktail ends up looking very pure. It can still be potent though, in this recipe there is a large amount of gin, and just like with a Martini it is only ever so slightly enhanced with dry vermouth. The addition of the sweet elderflower, combined with the celery bitters is of course what makes this recipe different – and so in the most delicious way!

Means of Preservation

Recipe by John Gertsen

Ingredients:

2 oz gin

0,5 oz elderflower liqueur

0,5 oz dry vermouth

2 dashes celery bitters

Mixing:

Stir with fresh ice and strain into a coupe. Garnish with a grapefruit twist.

Glassware:

coupe

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