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    Thursday
    Apr052012

    Spring Signature Cocktails

    Impress your friends and family at the next gathering with these pastel (and delicious) spring-themed cocktails! They are also great for a Signature Cocktails at a wedding! They can be used as Bride & Groom or another way to bring your colors into the wedding, if they are pink and blue! Enjoy!

    The first is a Pink Bonnet cocktail, complete with a foamy texture! 

    Ingredients (makes one cocktail):

    1-1/2 oz Gin

    1/2 oz Simple Syrup

    3/4 oz Lemon Juice

    2 dashes of Crème de Framboise or Grenadine (for color)

    1 Small Egg White (or you can use approximately two tablespoons of egg white substitute)  

    Preparation:

    Shake all ingredients without ice to emulsify the egg whites. Shake all ingredients with ice & strain into a small cocktail glass. Add fresh muddled mint leaves, if desired.

    The next drink is called the simple Blue Cottontail.

    Ingredients (makes one cocktail):

    1-1/2 oz Vodka

    1/2 oz Triple Sec

    1/4 oz Blue Curaçao

    1 Flamed Orange Peel (for garnish)

    Preparation

    Shake ingredients well. Strain into a chilled martini glass. Flame the orange peel over the glass

    Recipes obtained from The Nibble

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