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Are you on the hunt for the most perfect summer cocktail? One that's light, bright, fun, and loaded with fresh summer flavors? If so, then I'm happy to report that your quest is complete; this Watermelon Mint Gimlet is everything you've been looking for.
Want a big, refreshing, icy punch? Same idea, but the ratios and serving vessel are different. It's muddled mint, 2 oz gin, 4 oz watermelon juice, 1 oz lime juice, and 0.5 oz simple syrup. Serve it in a big glass over lots of ice.
Want a mocktail or low-alcohol drink? It works great because there are so many other flavors happening here! Just follow the punch ratios and omit the gin, or use a small splash of gin instead of the full 2 ounces.
What are the benefits of watermelon?
Victorian Garden Limited Release.Refreshing watermelon meets crisp cucumber and freshly picked English mint for a mouth-watering flavor ready for your warm weather spritz or gin and tonic. Just add seltzer or tonic and garnish with a slice of cucumber, wedge of watermelon or sprig of mint.
From acouplecooks.com2022-07-01 With cocktail recipes, its all about presentation! This watermelon cocktail is made more perfect by the garnish: you can use a lime wedge, or a small watermelon wedge! Simply cut up little wedges of watermelon while youre chopping it for the blender. Its lightly sweet. This gin and watermelon cocktail .See details
After last weeks amazing Clover Cub, weve decided to stick with gin as our theme this month. Unlike last week, were going to stray away from the classic formula and try something a little different. Weve featured the Gin RickeyWashington DCs official cocktail, for obviously good reasons â€“ more than once in our Friday Happy Hour column. So instead of revisiting a classic again, were going to update it a bit. The result is somewhere between a Rickey, a shrub, and a Pimms Cup, but its all awesome.Â â€“ Andrew
Isnt this watermelon punch a sight for sore eyes? Spoiler alert: its slyly boozy, too. We make it with about two cups of gin â€” but youd never know because theyre hiding under pretty-in-pink layers of watermelon, lemon juice, simple syrup, and a few lush handfuls of mint leaves.
If youve been following my site for a while, you might remember way back when I was going through a marathon training program with my running partner. It was the thick of summer, and H-O-T, and I came up with ahomemade sports drink recipeusing watermelon and coconut water. Ive been looking for an interesting way to use the Prairie Organic Gin that Prairie Spirits sent me to test out, and suddenly it dawned on me that watermelon would pair beautifully with gin. Especially if you add some mint. And lime. And fizzy water. Sort of a summery gin fizz situation.
This recipe was perfect for using up some of the mint thats going crazy in my garden, and since you make the watermelon mixture in a big batch, it was just right for serving up when a couple of girlfriends came over. Geriausia dalis? The rest of the watermelon mixture was super tasty over ice the next day to help fuel my morning run!
You dont need a juicer to make this gin fizz. Watermelon is such a liquidy fruit that you can just toss it into the blender, and the result is a good, juicy consistency. In fact, I prefer making watermelon juice this way, because you dont lose any of that healthy fiber. I mean, really, this drink is basically healthy food right? Tiesa?
Directions: Add the watermelon and mint leaves to a shaker glass and muddle until all the watermelon juice has been released. Add simple syrup, lemon juice and Deviation Citrus Ros Gin along with ice to the shaker. Shake vigorously for 30 seconds. Double strain into a Collins glass, filled with ice and top with a splash of soda water. Garnish with a fresh mint leaf.