March 18, 2019

Fresh Cocktails for Spring Entertaining

Cheers to the coming of spring! Celebrate the season by mixing up one of these fresh cocktails featuring Bombay Sapphire—the world's most-famous gin! —Vita Daily

Soft in Spring

bombay sapphire

1.5 parts Bombay Sapphire
1 parts mango juice or nectar
.75 parts coconut cream
.75 parts lime juice
.5 parts honey
2 dashes Angostura bitters

Shake all ingredients and strain over ice into a rocks glass or blend with ice until smooth. Garnish with toasted coconut shavings.

Melon Mule

bombay sapphire

1.5 parts Bombay Sapphire
2 tablespoons honeydew
2 slices cucumber
6-8 leaves and one sprig fresh mint
.5 parts agave
.75 parts lime juice
1.5 parts ginger beer

Muddle the cucumber first and then muddle again with the honeydew. Clap the mint and add it to the tin along with the Bombay Sapphire, agave and lime juice. Strain over ice into a Collins glass and top w ginger beer. Garnish with a cucumber ribbon and fresh mint.

The Bouquet Toss

bombay sapphire

1.5 parts Bombay Sapphire
.5 parts St-Germain
.75 parts chamomile tea syrup (mix equal parts chamomile tea and sugar)
.75 parts lemon juice
1.5. parts Martini Prosecco

Shaken and served in a wine glass over ice with edible flowers and thinly sliced lemon wheels.

bombaysapphire.com


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