RECIPE: Christmas cocktails

Add a touch of pazzaz to your festive celebrations with these delicious Christmas cocktails…

RECIPE: Christmas cocktails 1

Pineapple martini

Ingredients (makes 1 cocktail)

3cl gin
2cl Grand Marnier
Pineapple juice, to taste

Chill a martini glass with ice. In a shaker, add all the ingredients plus ice. Shake thoroughly and pour into the glass.

Gin and tea cocktail

Ingredients (makes 1 cocktail)

5cl gin
1 bag fruit tea
Tonic water
Fresh blackberries
Fresh mint leaves

Put the ice in the gin glass to chill. Meanwhile, in a separate glass combine gin and tea bag. Allow to infuse for 5 mins then pour into the gin glass.

Add the blackberries and then lastly add the tonic. Garnish with mint.

S.A.C (Sweet Adventure Cocktail)

Ingredients (makes 1 cocktail)

30ml vodka
20ml gin
30ml lemon sour mixture
Natural blueberry juice
Natural blackberry juice
Twist of peel, to garnish

In a tall glass, put a scoop of ice to chill the glass. Add all ingredients to a shaker with ice and shake very well. Pour mixed drink into the chilled glass and garnish with twisted peel.

 

 

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