If you like, light, and delectate dessert-like cocktails, you are going to love this Lavender Martini Vermouth Cocktail with a subtle floral flavour.Jump to Recipe
Hello everyone! I hope you are doing well.
And I certainly hope you feel even better the moment you see this fancy cocktail. Please forgive me for sharing this on Tuesday. I just couldn’t wait until Friday (Besides, I have at least 2 lavender infused cocktails more to share with you anyway.)
As you probably noticed, I’ve been obsessed with boozy cocktails this summer. Specifically, I am all about light and floral infused drinks.
Floral Infused Cocktails
By the end of this summer, I think this list will be impressive!
Lavender Martini Vermouth Cocktail
So, let’s talk about this Lavender Martini Vermouth Cocktail for a minute. It’s light, refreshing, and quite sweet. It has a distinctive botanical flavour, but it does not taste like soap at all. Obviously, you will need to make Lavender Simple Syrup first. I used extra dry Martini Vermouth as it’s not too sweet. But you can totally improvise by mixing martini with stronger liquors such as gin, vodka, or rum, for a bolder result.
I hope you like this Now, let’s talk about this cocktail, and you will give it a try soon. If you make it, let me know in this post or send me an Instagram message or share you photos adding the hashtag #havocinthekitchen.
Cheers for now!
Lavender Martini Vermouth CocktailCourse: Drinks, Cocktails
If you like, light, and delectate dessert-like cocktails, you are going to love this Lavender Martini Vermouth Cocktail with a subtle floral flavour. The cooking time does not include making Lavender Simple Syrup.
3-4 oz. extra dry Martini Vermouth
1 oz. (or taste) Simple Lavender Syrup
juice of 1/2 lime (optional)
fresh mint (optional, for garnish)
1/2 cup of crushed ice
- In a shaker, combine the lavender syrup, martini, lime juice (if using), and ice. Shake about 30 seconds to combine. Try and adjust to your liking by adding more of martini, syrup, or lime. Enjoy right away garnished with mint and lime, if desired.
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