Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail

Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail

This Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail is fancy, delicate, refreshing, and easy to make. You will only need one type of alcohol to enjoy it!

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Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail

Embarrassing Fact

Hello everyone. Cheers! I mean, Happy Friday!

There is one embarrassing fact I need to admit. I had a cocktail as early as 10 am. That wasn’t a weekend brunch. Indeed, that was Tuesday. Or Wednesday. I don’t really remember.

However, I had a serious reason. How would I know that lilac and dry vermouth would work well together? And it worked! Also, in my excuse, I needed to sample just a little bit, maybe a teaspoon. I might or might not have had the remaining cocktail later, around the lunchtime. As you can see, that was a small shot to be concerned. But the rest of that day was quite enjoyable, I must also admit! :)

When I made this Lilac Syrup, I had few ideas on what to make with it, and I did want a fancy cocktail. In fact, I have never had a cocktail idea before on the blog, so that’s my debut.

Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail

Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail is a simple yet fancy, fresh, and delicate summer drink. It’s a sweeter kind of cocktail with a lovely subtle floral taste. Since we didn’t have any other spirit rather than dry Martini Vermouth, I didn’t have any room for an experiment. Luckily, it turned out fabulous!

By the way, please don’t pay attention to the sugar rim – I need to practice more often :)

Ingredients for the Cocktail

You will need only few ingredients:

  • Lilac Syrup
  • Dry (Extra Dry) Martini Vermouth
  • Ice, crushed
  • Lime juice (or lemon juice) + for garnish
  • Few blueberries, for garnish

Ratio

The ration is simple. 1 part of Lilac Syrup to 2 parts of Dry Martini. In addition, 2 or 3 parts of ice and few drops of lime juice. However, as always, that’s up to you. Play with the ratios adjusting it to your liking by adding less or more of the syrup, martini, or lime juice.

So I hope you like this Lilac Martini Vermouth 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 to Friday and the weekend!

Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail
Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail

Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail

Recipe by Ben | HavocinthekitchenCourse: Drinks
Servings

1

servings
Prep time

5

minutes

This Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail is fancy, delicate, refreshing, and easy to make. You will only need one type of alcohol to enjoy it! Preparation time does not include making the syrup.

Ingredients

  • Sugar Rim (One Glass)
  • 1/4 tsp lemon juice

  • ~ 1 tsp. sugar

  • Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail
  • 1 part of Lilac Syrup

  • 2 parts of Dry (Extra Dry) Marini Vermouth

  • 2-3 parts of ice cubes, crushed

  • few drops of lime juice, less or more to taste + lime wedges to garnish

  • few blueberries, to garnish

Directions

  • Juice the lemon juice to a small plate. Then dip the glass into the lemon juice. Gently shake the glass.
  • In a shaker, combine the lilac syrup, martini, and lime juice. Shake about 30 seconds to combine. Try and adjust to your liking by adding more of martini, syrup, or lime.
  • Serve immediately. Optionally, garnish with few blueberries and lime slices. Enjoy!

16 thoughts on “Lilac Martini Vermouth Cocktail

  1. Raymund says:

    10 am Cocktails, that sounds amazing. I do have my fair share of drinking early in the day specially when duirng my work travels in the past

  2. Eva Taylor says:

    What a pretty cocktail! I’m not much of a sweet cocktail lover but i have a friend who loves them so I’m definitely going to bookmark this for a time we can get together.

  3. Jeff the Chef says:

    What a gorgeous color! Wow! And I couldn’t help but notice the sugar on the rim that you asked me unsee – hahah! I think it looks really cool! It looks like ice. I love it.

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