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Citrusy Elderflower Gin Cocktail

To transform a classic Gin and Tonic, try adding a hint of citrus and a favorite flavoring, elderflower liqueur.
By Kara and Marni Powers

Citrusy Elderflower Gin Cocktail

To transform a classic Gin and Tonic we add a hint of citrus and our favorite flavoring, elderflower liqueur. While sipping the revamped libation, we nibble on a batch of our highly addictive Fried Green Olives dipped in Tangy Aioli. Both delicacies will tantalize your taste buds, and disappear quickly, so make sure to plan ahead if serving for a crowd.

Citrusy Elderflower Gin Cocktail
 
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A light and fresh citrus cocktail featuring Elderflower Liqueur
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Recipe Type: drink, cocktail
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 2 parts gin
  • 1 part St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur
  • 1 part fresh grapefruit juice
  • ½ part fresh lemon juice
  • club soda
Instructions
  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add gin, St. Germain, grapefruit juice, and lemon juice. Shake well and pour into two ice-filled Collins glass. Top with club soda and garnish with grapefruit wedges.
Kara and Marni Powers

Kara and Marni Powers

Kara and Marni Powers are twin sister cooks, dining and blogging their way through Boston's North End and beyond. They see the act of cooking and entertaining as a form of creative expression, an art that encourages the mixing of flavors, spices, techniques and stories. Their interest in cooking dates back to their Greek grandmother’s open-arms approach, letting them taste her savory creations like her famous spanakopita. Kara and Marni's fascination with food and culture continued during their travels abroad in Europe where they saw firsthand the limitlessness of cooking.

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Originally Published: December 5, 2012

One Response to Citrusy Elderflower Gin Cocktail

  1. Alan Stibbe Reply

    September 1, 2013 at 12:06 pm

    Re Citrusy Elderflower Gin Cocktail.

    Could I suggest, the cocktail would taste even more natural if you used as the base spirit, Knockeen Hills ‘London Cut’ five times distilled Elderflower Gin made from Irish Whey Spirit. This spirit compliments botanicals and at the same time provides a uniquely soft delivery of spirit on the palate, which grain based gins do not.

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