Orchard Gin Twist - Adding a little tartness with sweet fruity flavours; this is one delightful Autumn cocktail.
30mL Apple cider
15mL Lime juice
30mL Honey simple syrup
Cinnamon - Apple - Star anise
1. Add gin, apple cider, lime juice and honey syrup into an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake for a good 30 secs. Strain into a glass. 2. Sliced apple, cinnamon stick and star anise, to garnish.
Apple Cinnamon Gin Mule - An autumnal twist on the classic Moscow Mule: gin, cinnamon, apple cider and ginger beer.
60mL Apple cider
180mL Ginger Beer
1. Add gin and apple cider into a cocktail shaker and gently shake. 2.Pour into an ice-filled glass and top with ginger beer. 3. Sliced apple and cinnamon stick, rosemary (optional), to garnish.
Green Apple Martini - A fresh twist on the classic Appletini.
1 large Granny Smith apple
30mL simple syrup
15mL elderflower liquor like St. Germain
1 large lime
1. Slice apple in half and cut a slice out for garnish, and set aside with some lime juice on to prevent browning. 2. Shred, or finely dice the rest of the apple. 3. Place apple into cocktail shaker and muddle to mash the apple. 4. Add the lime juice and muddle some more. 5. Add the gin, liquor, and ice and shake vigorously.
Feral Apple Fizz - guaranteed to give all your tastebuds a workout - sweet, sour, fruity and fizzy!
30mL The Botanist Gin
30mL Feral Apple juice
15mL Fresh lime juice
15mL Sugar syrup
5 mint leaves
Mint sprig, to garnish
1. Add all ingredients except soda, shake with ice and strain into ice filled glass. 2. Top with soda and add a sprig of mint.
Apple Gin Gimlet - A twist on the classic gimlet trading lime juice for green apple tonic.
45mL Green Apple Tonic*
1.Combine the apple tonic and gin in a cocktail shaker. 2. Add two large ice cubes and shake vigorously until very cold. 3. Pour contents into a chilled cocktail glass. 3. Top with lemon foam, add green apple peel, to garnish.
* To see how ChefSteps make their apple tonic and lemon foam click here.
Image and recipe taken from www.chefsteps.com
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