Berry Spice

A loose adaptation of a refreshing Tom Collins- squeezed lime wedges are combined with Bottlegreen spiced berry cordial and Bombay Sapphire, then topped with effervescent Fever-Tree soda water to create a long, intriguing, seasonal cocktail.

UNITS OF ALCOHOL 2

KCAL 163

ALCOHOL VOLUME 12.90%

COCKTAIL FLAVOUR PROFILE

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ingredients

Ingredients

  • 50ml Bombay Sapphire
  • 15ml Bottlegreen spiced berry cordial
  • 2 Lime wedges- fully squeezed
  • 85ml Fever- Tree soda water
  • 1 Lime Wheel
glassware and barware

Glassware & Barware

  • Copa de Balon glass
  • Measuring device
  • Serrated knife & chopping board
  • Long twister bar spoon
  • Bottle opener for the tonic

Method

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Step

1

Squeeze the lime wedges into a large balloon gin glass

Step

2

Add the cordial and the Bombay Sapphire. Swirl to mix

Step

3

Fully fill the glass with cubed ice and stir to chill. Top with soda water and gently stir again to combine

Step

4

Garnish with a lime wheel

bartenders top tips

Bartender Top Tips

Berry Spice is actually a very loose cocktail twist on the classic Tom Collins. It basically swaps out the lemon for lime and the sugar for flavoured cordial. The gin and soda stay the same. To make your preferred mix, practice by adding different cordials or sugar syrups to lemon, lime or grapefruit juice, gin, soda and ice to make your favourite combination. Try using elderflower cordial for a touch of florality. Vanilla or coffee syrup adds a touch of complexity and intrigue. Imagine honey for a sweetener! Go on, experiment…

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