1 ½ oz. Vodka¾ oz. Blueberry syrup¾ oz. Lemon juice1 oz. Rosé wineSeltzer water Combine ingredients in a wine glass over ice and top with seltzer water. Garnish with fresh basil leaf and lemon wheels. Adam Peabody, head of mixology at LondonHouse Chicago, created this recipe. Go to Source Author: Melissa Dowling {authorlink}
The Fourth of July weekend would typically be time of parties, picnics, fireworks and celebration, but 2020 is no typical year. Though the coronavirus pandemic has muted the festivities in many markets, consumers can still socially distance with a cocktail or two in honor of our independence. Here are four fairly simple recipes for the 4th. Blueberry + Cranberry Collins Blueberry + Cranberry Collins2 oz. Vegas Baby vodka6 Muddled blueberries½ oz. Lemon juice¼ oz. Simple syrupSplash
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The hard seltzer category has taken the US by storm and now English spirits producer Chase Distillery has created its own range: Chase’s Gin Seltzer. Chase’s Gin Seltzer blends Chase Gin with sparkling water, sourced from the Chase family’s farm in Herefordshire, and no artificial ingredients. The ready-to-drink (RTD) range comprises several natural botanical flavours: Pink Grapefruit and Pomelo, Seville Orange, and London Dry and Lemon Gin. James Chase, director at Chase Distillery, said: “Consumers