Gin Fizz – Gin Mare

Isn't it wonderful how a certain taste or smell can take you back to events stored in your brain? It might sound a little sentimental but this is exactly what happened when I got these magnificent organic lemons from Tenerife. They are extremely juicy and you can really taste the bright sunbeams that made them grow so impressively big. bechergold-blog-cocktail-recipe-gin-fizz Although it is early January and the cold rain is pelting against my living room window, I had to turn the juice of these lemons into one of my favourites - the Gin Fizz. This classic drink is so simple, yet extremely complex in taste. When trying to master a Gin Fizz, it is all about the right ingredients. You want it to be refreshing and delightful without the sourness of the lemons covering up your choice of gin. bechergold-recipe-gin-fizz-gin-mare I usually reject self-laudation but this Gin Fizz turned out just fine and took my imagination on a journey to long sandy beaches and breaking waves. To be honest, a lot of credit is due to these amazing lemons.

5 cl Gin Mare
3 cl freshly squeezed lemon juice
2 cl simple sirup
Thomas Henry Soda Water
1 Eggwhite

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Ice
Cube

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Garnish
Lemonpeel

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Glas
Coupette

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 Place all the ingrediences in a cocktail shaker and shake well.
Add ice and shake again for 15 sec.
Strain into Coupette.
Top up with Soda Water.
Garnish.

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