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Lemon Myrtle Honey Collins Cocktail

April 11, 2019

Lemon Myrtle Honey Collins Cocktail

Zesty lemon with botanicals and honey, make this a really enjoyable long drink, sweet enough without being too sugary.

INGREDIENTS

  • 45ml      666 Lemon Myrtle Honey vodka

  • 20ml      Adelaide Hills Distillery Dry Vermouth
  • 30ml      fresh lemon juice
  • 20ml      Honey water
  • 60ml      Fever Tree soda water

METHOD

Use a ProFlow pourer and ProMegJig jigger to accurately measure the vodka, vermouth, lemon juice and honey water into a tall glass. Add ice, top with soda water and stir well with a ProTrident.

GARNISH

Use a Long Tweezer to garnish with lemon slices and a sprig of mint.

To watch this cocktail being made and more, visit our YouTube channel.

 





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