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Recipe: early bird gin martini

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This zingy early bird martini by Little Bird Gin is the perfect little post-work elixir after a busy day. It also makes a great addition to your lazy weekend brunch; it’ll add a touch of glam to your dining table and those sweetly perfumed citrus notes will add a bit more bounce to your step.

Recipe by Little Bird Gin, London.

Early bird martini

 

 

Remember ...

It’s important to drink responsibly (and in keeping with the age limits and legal requirements of your country).

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Preparation Time5 MINUTES

Cooking Time MINUTES

Resting Time MINUTES

Serves1

LevelEasy


ingredients

30ml (2 tbsp) Little Bird Gin

 

20ml (1½ tbsp) cointreau

 

50ml (3½ tbsp) pink grapefruit juice

 

2 large tsp of Seville orange marmalade

Remember ...

It’s important to drink responsibly (and in keeping with the age limits and legal requirements of your country).

1

Muddle the marmalade in a Boston Shaker.

2

Add lots of ice to the shaker and the rest of the ingredients.

3

Shake well and double strain into a chilled martini glass.

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Preparation Time5 MINUTES

Cooking Time MINUTES

Resting Time MINUTES

Serves1

LevelEasy


ingredients

30ml (2 tbsp) Little Bird Gin

 

20ml (1½ tbsp) cointreau

 

50ml (3½ tbsp) pink grapefruit juice

 

2 large tsp of Seville orange marmalade

Remember ...

It’s important to drink responsibly (and in keeping with the age limits and legal requirements of your country).

1

Muddle the marmalade in a Boston Shaker.

2

Add lots of ice to the shaker and the rest of the ingredients.

3

Shake well and double strain into a chilled martini glass.

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SHOW LESS

This zingy early bird martini by Little Bird Gin is the perfect little post-work elixir after a busy day. It also makes a great addition to your lazy weekend brunch; it’ll add a touch of glam to your dining table and those sweetly perfumed citrus notes will add a bit more bounce to your step.

Recipe by Little Bird Gin, London.

Early bird martini

 

 

1

Muddle the marmalade in a Boston Shaker.

2

Add lots of ice to the shaker and the rest of the ingredients.

3

Shake well and double strain into a chilled martini glass.

SHOW MORE
SHOW LESS
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