Riffs

Riffs

Mia Negroni (Negroni)

Ingredients

Method

Add all ingredients (except lemon) into mixing glass; add ice and stir ~30 times or until well-chilled. Strain into a rocks glass and add a large ice cube. Cut a lemon twist from a fresh and firm lemon using a paring knife or a vegetable peeler. Take the cut rind and twist it ensuring all the oils go into the drink and then enjoy!

 

Oh Honey, Honey (Bee's Knees)

Ingredients

Method

Add all ingredients to your shaker tin (except for grapefruit). Add ice and shake vigorously for about 15 seconds. Fine strain into a coupe or rocks glass. Carefully cut or peel a strip of grapefruit with as minimal pith as possible and express the rind over the drink ensuring the oils get into the cocktail and around the rim of the glass. Place the rind inside the drink and enjoy!

 

Cucumber Daiquiri

Ingredients

Method

Pour all ingredients into a shaker tin, add ice and shake vigorously. Strain into a rocks/coupe glass and enjoy!

 

Watermelon Martini

Ingredients

Method

Grab your favourite coupe/martini glass and rim it with sugar (try our Lemon Lavender Sugar to spice it up a little). Pour all ingredients into a shaker tin, add ice and shake vigorously. Fine / double strain into your freshly rimmed glass and enjoy!

 

Lavender Drop

Ingredients

Method

Rim your coupe or martini glass with sugar (try our Lemon Lavender Sugar to spice it up a little). Pour all ingredients into a shaker tin, add ice and shake vigorously. Double strain the contents into your rimmed glass and enjoy!

 

Penicillin

Ingredients

Method

Pour all ingredients into a shaker tin, add ice and shake vigorously. Double strain into a rocks glass and top with a large ice cube. Add a lemon wheel for garnish and enjoy!

To level up your cocktail - we add 0.5oz mezcal to get some
smokiness, but typically any peaty scotch will work.

 

Manhattan

Ingredients

Method

Add all ingredients into mixing glass, add ice and stir until chilled. Strain into a coupe glass and serve neat (without ice). Garnish with a star anise or your favourite boozy-cherry and enjoy!

 

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