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5 stylish wedding cocktails

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5 stylish wedding cocktails

Paula McGarry

Who doesn't love a cocktail! Get your guests in their merry mood after your ceremony with these absolute delights. Instead of offering your guests an array of drink options (which costs more) - why not stick to one or two and have your own signature cocktail - you could even name it!

1) Blueberry Vodka Martini

 

1oz. Vodka (use blueberry infused vodka for even more flavour)

4oz. Lemonde

2 sprigs Fresh Mint

1 tbsp Fresh Blueberries

Crushed Ice

Method

Mix the vodka, mint and blueberries in a shaker. Add one cup of crushed ice and shake away. Pour into a tall glass and top with lemonda- garnish with any blueberries and sprigs of mint.

 

2) Summer Garden Gin Fizz (from Port and Fin)

1.5oz Gin

1/2oz Martini Bianco

2/3oz Lvender Simple syrup (make your own with 1 cup of water, 1 cup of sugar and 3 tbsp dried culinary lavender)

1/2oz Fresh Lemon Juice

2 Basil Leaves

Dash of Peach Snapps

Ice Cubes

Fizzy Water

Method

In a tall glass scatter in the basil leaves, ad the gin, martini bianco, lavender syrup, lemon juice and peach snapps. Fill the glass with a few ice cubes and top with fizzy water. Garnish with a sprig of lavender and slice of lemon if you have it.

 

3) Vodka Pear Lavender (from Sugar and Cloth)

1 Pear, Juiced

2oz Vodka

2oz Lemon Juice

2oz Water

3/4oz Lavender Simple Syrup

Pinch of Salt

1 Cup of Sugar

1 Cup of Water

Stalks of Fresh Lavender

Method

Make lavender syrup by boiling 1 cup sugar, 1 cup water, and lavender in a pot. Turn to low and simmer for 10 mins. Let cool and strain out lavender. Juice pear and strain any pulp. Combine all remaining ingredients into a shaker and shake. Strain into a tall glass with ice.

 

4) Prosecco Sorbet Cocktail (from Baked Bree)

1 Bottle of Prosecco

Angostura Bitters

1 Pint Lemon Sorbet

1 Pint Blood Orange Sorbet

Mint

Method

Add a 2-3 dashes of bitters to the bottom of a glass. Add a few small scoops of sorbet to the glass. Pour Prosecco over. Garnish with mint.

 

5) The White Cosmopolitan (from St Germain)

2 parts Vodka

1 part St-Germain

1/2 part Lime Juice

3/4 part White Cranberry Juice

Method

Shake all ingredients and strain into a chilled martini glass.

 

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