April 24, 2021

Lemon Rosemary Sour

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Brighten up your weekend with this fresh and tart lemony Gin cocktail recipe.
Brighten up your weekend with this fresh and tart lemony Gin cocktail.

It's Cocktail Saturday! Ok, so maybe that's not a real thing. But it's a real thing at my house.

It's a grey day here on the island, so I'm brightening things up with this lemony deliciousness created by Carolyn! It's a lovely combination of textures and flavors, and an easy one to whip up from the comfort of your own home.

And for those of you like me who are growing your own herbs, feel free to experiment with different herbs and syrups in this drink! Lemon and rosemary are a natural combination, but try it with whatever you love or have lots of and don't want to waste. Personally, I think basil or mint would make a mighty fine substitute!

Brighten up your weekend with this fresh and tart lemony Gin cocktail.

Lemon Rosemary Sour

Brighten up your weekend with this fresh and tart lemony Gin cocktail recipe.

Yields:

1 Drink

Ingredients:

2 oz Gin

1 oz Fresh Lemon Juice

1 oz Egg White

1/2 oz Rosemary Simple Syrup

4 Fresh Rosemary Leaves

Garnish: Lemon Twist and Rosemary Sprig

Instructions:

Lightly muddle the rosemary leaves in the bottom of a cocktail shaker to release the oils and then add the remaining ingredients. Dry shake vigorously, then add ice and wet shake until well chilled. Fine strain into your glass and garnish with a lemon twist and a sprig of rosemary.

Brighten up your weekend with this fresh and tart lemony Gin cocktail.

Lemon Rosemary Sour

Brighten up your weekend with this fresh and tart lemony Gin cocktail recipe.

Yields:

1 Drink

Ingredients:

2 oz Gin

1 oz Fresh Lemon Juice

1 oz Egg White

1/2 oz Rosemary Simple Syrup

4 Fresh Rosemary Leaves

Garnish: Lemon Twist and Rosemary Sprig

Instructions:

Lightly muddle the rosemary leaves in the bottom of a cocktail shaker to release the oils and then add the remaining ingredients. Dry shake vigorously, then add ice and wet shake until well chilled. Fine strain into your glass and garnish with a lemon twist and a sprig of rosemary.

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