COCKTAIL & MIXOLOGY
Infused drinks are trendy! But even unusual cocktails don’t always have to be complicated. . This drink stands out with its fruity and spicy notes and is also very light and tangy
1 Bottle AAGIN
large preserving jar approx. 1 liter
fresh lemon juice
Tonic Water or Soda Water
Infused AAGIN: cut three pears into cubes, add rosemary sprigs and fill a large mason jar with a bottle of AAGIN. Let stand for three days so that the flavors can develop well.
After three days, strain the infused gin into a bottle.
Cocktail: For the cocktail, pour 6 cl of the infused gin into a glass with ice cubes. Add 1 cl elderflower syrup and top up with soda water or tonic water.
Garnish with a pear slice and rosemary and enjoy!