Garden Fizz

1 12 oz Gin
12 oz Aperol
12 oz Lime juice
12 oz Grapefruit juice
12 oz Honey syrup (1:1 honey and water)
4 lf Mint
1   Egg white
1 ds Bitters (to taste)
Instructions
In a shaker combine gin, Aperol, juices, honey syrup, 4-€“6 mint leaves, egg white, and bitters to taste. Shake without ice for 30 seconds until frothy, then add ice and shake for an additional 30 seconds. Strain into a fizz glass with no ice, spritz with rose water, and garnish with a sprig of gently beaten mint.
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3 Comments

sjdiaz21's picture

I really enjoyed this,

I really enjoyed this, probably because they are ingredients I tend to use heavily in my own cocktails. Bright flavors with a mild sweetness from the honey. I like using a dash of absinthe bitters and hitting it with some soda water. Actually makes it more of a fizz in my book. 4/5.

Not too sure about this one,

Not too sure about this one, not at single person at my party liked it and it took me a couple minutes to put it together. Not my favorite

El Jefe's picture

I really enjoyed this as I

I really enjoyed this as I used Nolet's for the gin and a dash of lavender bitters. All the floral levels were raised exponentially!