Rose Spritz

An inspiring & delicious rift on the classic ‘Gin & IT’ cocktail combining MARTINI Rosato Vermouth, Bombay Sapphire & an orange wedge, bound together with Fever-Tree Elderflower Tonic to provide effervescence & sparkle.

UNITS OF ALCOHOL 2.4

KCAL 175.5

ALCOHOL VOLUME 12%

COCKTAIL FLAVOUR PROFILE

Citrus Earthy Floral Pine Spicy
ingredients

Ingredients

  • 50ml Bombay Sapphire
  • 25ml MARTINI Rosato Vermouth
  • 100ml Fever-Tree Elderflower Tonic – chilled & freshly opened
  • 1 orange wedge – halved
glassware and barware

Glassware & Barware

  • Large balloon gin glass
  • Long twisted bar spoon
  • Measuring device
  • Serrated knife & chopping board
  • Bottle opener

Method

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Step

1

Gently squeeze the orange wedges into a balloon glass then add the MARTINI Rosato & Bombay Sapphire, swirl well to mix

Step

2

Fill the glass with ice, stir to chill & mix

Step

3

Top with the elderflower tonic

Step

4

Gently fold/stir with a bar spoon to combine

bartenders top tips

Bartender top tips

In a nutshell, Gin & Vermouth are best mates, they always have been, always will be. Think about the original Martinez cocktail, the famous Dry Martini that James Bond enjoyed so much in Ian Fleming’s books, the Negroni cocktail & this, the Gin & IT, meaning ‘Gin & Italian’ Vermouth (historically, French Vermouth was dry & Italian Vermouth was sweet – nowadays both countries make both types of Vermouth). They go together so well because they share many of the same botanical ingredients & are both very mixable & versatile. This Gin & IT expression is longer & more refreshing because it incorporates Fever-Tree Elderflower Tonic, making it a modern rift on the classic ‘Gin & Tonic’.

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