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Jan 4th

raspberry fizz cocktail

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raspberryfizzcocktail

This is the perfect drink for a stinking hot day.  All of the flavours in this cocktail scream summer – mint, berries and fresh lime are a recipe for refreshing, fruity & delicious goodness.  We had these on christmas afternoon while sitting in the spa, and couldn’t get enough of them. (These are also extremely easy to drink, so be warned!)

 

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You don’t need to have all (or any) of the cocktail equipment to make this either – just a trusty old rolling pin will do the trick!

mint & raspberries

ingredients – to make 1

handful of frozen raspberries + extra to garnish
3 slices of lime
5 fresh mint leaves
150ml ginger beer
60ml white rum or vodka
crushed ice

method

Cup your hand and place 4 mint leaves in it. Cup your other hand and bring it down over the other, so that it makes a clapping noise (be careful not to squash the mint, you want to release the aroma and flavour without bruising it – also a good trick when using mint in salads).  Place a handful of raspberries and 2 slices of lime in a highball tumbler.  Using your rolling pin (or muddler if you want to get all professional on me), muddle the contents. Add 4 of the mint leaves and top with crushed ice. Pour spirit and ginger beer over the ice and stir. Garnish with extra mint leaf and raspberries.

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