Award Season Gin Spritzer

Award Season Gin Spritzer

I’m not all that interested in films because I think real life is more intriguing. But if you are or even if you’re not, the Award Season Gin Spritzer is an interesting cocktail for New Year’s Eve or your Oscar night jamboree. Gin is one pretty potent beverage that happens to be carbohydrate free. I like to use organic mixers as well as fruit juices when I create cocktails. The Winter Blues Gin Cocktail is another example.

Holland is the historical home of gin, so it is fitting I am presently partial to Nolet’s. 325 years and 11 generations later, the Nolet family legacy endures. The family is of the same company that brought Ketel One Vodka to the United States in 1983. I tend to adhere to white liquor when imbibing, yet I have never tasted Ketel One, so I must try it soon.

The flowery botanical notes of Nolet’s Silver Gin, however, play gently off the lemon in the Award Season Gin Spritzer. Higher quality spirits are usually worth the extra money, but there are so many small batch gin distillers now I cannot keep abreast of them all.

Pro Tip: Extra ice in the shaker tones down the sweetness and keeps the calories manageable. Cheers!

The Award Season Gin Cocktail combines the mild tartness of Meyer Lemons with Sparkling White Grape Juice.

Award Season Gin Spritzer

Toast the times with an Award Season Gin Spritzer. Gin, which is naturally low in carbohydrates, makes any fete sparkle.
Prep Time 6 mins
Total Time 6 mins
Course After Dinner Drinks, Appetizer, Drinks
Cuisine African American
Servings 2 people

Equipment

  • 2 Champagne Bowl Glasses
  • 1 Cocktail Shaker

Ingredients
  

  • 2 Jiggers Sparkling Organic White Grape Juice 1 jigger equals approximatley 3 tablespoons.
  • 2 tbsp Gin
  • 1 tbsp Meyer Lemon Juice, fresh squeezed
  • 12 dashes Peychaurd Aromatic Cocktail Bitters
  • Organic Ginger Root, freshly grated Garnish
  • Crushed or cracked ice

Instructions
 

  • Add first 4 ingredients and ice to the cocktail shaker. Shake thoroughly.
  • Pour into champagne bowl glasses.
  • Garnish with fresh grated ginger and serve.
Keyword After Dinner Drinks, Alcoholic Beverages, Beverages, Christmas Drink Recipes, Cocktails, Drinks, Gin Cocktails, Hoilday Drinks, Low Carb Cocktails


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