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February 21, 2021

Spring is the time of year when it is summer in the sun and winter in the shade ~ Charles Dickens

The end of Winter spurred us into throwing together this canny floral Martini.

The recipe intermingles a chipper Springtime bouquet with the biting embrace of frosty and viscous Broken Clock Vodka.
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INGREDIENTS:

70 ml Broken Clock Vodka
10 ml Moscatel de Alejandría
Amalfi Lemon Peel

Garnish:
Spring Crocus Flower

METHOD:

This Martini uses the ‘in and out’ method to emphasise the floral notes as much as possible without dilution.

Start by freezing your Broken Clock Vodka and a Martini Glass overnight in the freezer. Chill the Moscatel in the fridge.

When ready to serve, add the Moscatel to the glass and swill around to coat the inside of the glass. Now toss it out and discard the excess liquid (or indeed save to drink later).

Now pour the thick, frozen Broken Clock Vodka directly into the glass. Cut a slice of lemon peel and twist the essential oils over the surface of the cocktail.

Clip your garnish to the rim of the glass and kiss goodbye to Winter.