"Spring Peas & Love" - Spring Pea Mockito
The drink to drink when you’re not drinking. Seedlip Non-Alcoholic Spirit stands in for rum in this fresh mock mojito. Muddled peas pair perfectly with mint and make for a sweet, almost creamy mocktail.
|2 oz||Seedlip Garden 108|
|1 oz||Simple syrup (or 1 tbsp. raw sugar)|
|3 oz||Fever Tree Soda Water|
|Fresh spring peas|
|1 sprig||Mint, stripped|
- Muddle peas in a shaker with simple syrup and lime juice. Add ice and quickly shake.
- Strain into an ice-filled Tom Collins glass.
- Add Seedlip and soda water.
- Press mint leaves firmly between your thumbs to activate the menthol. Add to cocktail.
- Stir gently and serve garnished with a lime wheel.
Crimson coloured, with a tart-tanginess reminiscent of cranberries, wild Hibiscus flowers are flavour and fashion in one. Serves 1.
|2 oz||Champagne or Prosecco|
|1||Wild Hibiscus Flower Co. Hibiscus Flower|
Wild Hibiscus Flower Co. Hibiscus Flower Syrup
- Gently dip the rim of a champagne flute or coupé in water, then rim with hibiscus sugar.
- Add the hibiscus flower and syrup into the flute.
- Pour chilled champagne or prosecco overtop.
If you can’t find hibiscus sugar, you can easily make it by crushing equal parts dried hibiscus flowers and fine white sugar with a mortar and pestle. Flecked with red and purple flowers, it's fruity flavour makes it ideal for rimming cocktails, dusting over sweets or baking.
Spring Flower Paloma
Lavender is a beautiful, aromatic counter-balance to grapefruit in this fresh, floral take on the uber-popular Paloma. Serves 1.
|1.5 oz||Clear, good quality tequila|
|1 oz||Simple syrup|
|3 oz||Bitamore Lavender Water|
|2 oz||La Croix Grapefruit Sparkling Water|
|Fresh rosemary or lavender sprig|
- Build ingredients in the order listed in a tall, ice-filled glass. Stir.
- Garnish with lavender or rosemary sprig.