Shaken not Stirred – Perfectly Pink

For this episode of Shaken not Stirred, we bring you another Quarter Bar & Lounge original, made with a London native Edgerton Pink Gin. Edgerton is resolutely London-based and is London’s first Pink Gin. The botanicals come from halfway round the world. Coriander, angelica, juniper, orris root, sweet orange peel, cassia bark, nutmeg – oh and did I mention – the Admirals and officers in the Royal Navy used to drink Pink Gin?

To make this deliciously pink concoction, you will need:

  • 50ml Edgerton Pink Gin
  • 50ml cranberry juice
  • 15ml lemon juice
  • 15ml sugar syrup
  • 4 raspberries
  • 1 egg white

In the bottom of a cocktail maker, muddle the raspberries and add the gin, cranberry juice, lemon juice, syrup and mix gently. Add the egg white and shake over ice, then double strain and garnish with mint. Sit back and enjoy!

Contributor: Alexandra Pinhorn Photography: Sue Lowry

Quarter Bar & Lounge and London Bridge Hotel are clients of Magellan PR.  Follow them on Twitter: @Quarter_Bar and @LondBridgeHotel and become a fan on Facebook: QuarterBar and LondonBridgeHotel or visit www.londonbridgehotel.com.

Magellan PR is on twitter: @MagellanPR / on Facebook: MagellanPR / on Pinterest: Sue Lowry / on Google+:  Sue Lowry & MagellanPR and on Flickr: Sue Lowry.  For more information on our company, visit www.magellan-pr.com.  Follow our other blog focussing on travel in the South of England – A3 Traveller.

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