Cocktail of the Week: Left Bank Martini

Left Bank Martini
Wine aficionados and cocktail connoisseurs agree that the Left Bank Martini will put you in the mood for a romantic stroll down the Seine.

2oz Sauvignon Blanc
1 ½ oz Gin
1oz St-Germain (Elderflower Liqueur)

Pour all ingredients over ice in a cocktail shaker. Shake well. Strain as you pour into a chilled martini glass. Enjoy!

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Cocktail of the Week: Pamplemousse

PamplemousseCocktail of the Week: Pamplemousse
After a long and exciting week, it is time for a relaxing and refreshing cocktail. Flavored with Gin, Elderflower and Grapefruit, the Pamplemousse is great for brunch or anytime!

1 ½ oz Dry Gin
3/4 oz St. Germain
1/2 oz Fresh Lemon Juice
2 oz Pink Grapefruit Juice
Basil Leaf for garnish

Fill a shaker with ice, Gin, St. Germain, Lemon Juice and Grapefruit Juice. Shake well and strain as you pour into a chilled glass. Top with a Basil Leaf. Sip and enjoy!

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Cocktail of the Week: Sparkling Lemonflower

Sparkley Lemon Flower

Cocktail of the Week: Sparkling Lemonflower
I know it sounds like something you should share with fairies and unicorns but this refreshing cocktail is perfect for a beautiful summer day!

2 oz St. Germain elderflower liquor
3 oz chilled Prosecco
Small scoop of Lemon Sorbet or Lemon Italian Ice
Lemon Twist

Into a champagne flute, pour in St. Germain, add Prosecco, garnish with a Lemon Twist and just before serving, top with the frozen ball of Lemon Ice. Sip and enjoy!

Do ahead: Line a cookie sheet or plate with parchment paper. Using a melon baller, scoop small balls of Lemon Sorbet or Lemon Italian Ice and place on the parchment paper and freeze until solid. Once the balls are frozen solid, you can move them into a bag to save freezer space.