Berry Dew

Created after an over-100 years old recipe from Mexico, Berry Dew is made by using seasonal fruit like raspberries or freshly picked herbs like mint, highlighting rather than hiding those vibrant colors and flavors.

This raspberry-based cocktail is simple to make and is nicely balanced in its sweet and sour tones, and is best reserved for the end of summer, when that big raspberries are readily available to be picked from the bush and dolloped into your glass. However, with a few nifty substitutes, it can be transformed into a drink to match the Autumnal season.

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Glass: Old Fashioned
Method: Shake & Double Strain
Garnish: Mint leaves, orange peel & pomegranate

3 cl Bacardi Carta Blanca
1 cl Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur
2 cl fresh lime juice
2 cl HM vanilla syrup
3 cl HM raspberry purée
1 egg white
2 dashes Orange Bitter
2 dashes Elderflower Bitter

Dry shake all ingredients then add ice and shake until well chilled. Double strain into a chilled old fashioned glass. Garnish with mint leave, orange peel & pomegranate and add a pinch of vanilla sugar on top of the garnish.

 

 

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