1 July 2013

Summer Cocktail Making

There is nothing better than sipping on some Pimms or a cocktail in the summer sun - when we have some! As we've had some lovely weather the past couple of days, I decided to test out my cocktail making skills. 

I love the Bombay Breeze cocktail that they do at Slug & Lettuce (an English pub/bar) and so decided to try and recreate this at home. As it was so easy to make and so tasty, I thought I would share it with you, so you can give it a go too!


You will need: 
 2 shots of Bombay Sapphire Gin (other gin can be used)
 2 shots of strawberry puree/blended strawberries
★ 1 shot of lime juice/cordial
★ lemonade

To make:
 Add in 2 shots of Gin, 2 shots of strawberry puree/blended strawberries and 1 shot of lime juice to a cocktail shaker and shake well
★ Pour into a glass with ice
★ Top up with lemonade 
★ ENJOY!!

I hope you enjoy making this and relaxing in the sun.

Han
x

Please only make this you are of legal drinking age, if not swap the gin for fruit juice or increase strawberry puree quantity. 


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