🌴VACAY THROWBACK 🌴 🏕 The Martini is many things - but all of them rimes with DELICIOUSNESS 🏕 Today I have cracked open a new exotic gin of mine, kindly send to me by the great people of @tasteofperudk 🏕 This very small batched Amazonian Gin, uses only fresh amazonian fruits and botanicals. All the fruits and botanicals used here, are hand-picked by locals, who sails for hours to reach these places of Gin ingredients - fruits and botanicals like physalis, camu camu (red/purple cherry-like fruit), nuts, tonka beans, various citrus and finally Incan chestnuts 🏕 I'm sure you have a good idea by now, that this gin is a quite exotic one, providing a very fresh appearance to the taste palate, and as today to the Cocktail scene - I dreamt of a tree mounted patio, overlooking the rivers and mountains, with parrots and wee butterflies flying around just in front of me, and then this serving in my wee hand 🏕 -@thecocktail.blog
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Francisco de Orellano
Prep time 5mins
Yield: Serves or Makes 1
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- 12/3 ounces Amazonian gin
- 3/4 ounce Dorado Amargo Suave Vermouth
- 2/3 ounce ginger hibiscus syrup
- 1/3 ounce cherry coffee syrup
- 3/4 ounce lime juice
- 2 dashes creole bitters
- 2 dashes olive bitters
Stir all ingredients together well with ice. Double strain into a chilled coupe glass over a large ice cube.