Breakfast martini

Matt Terry of the Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth shares his breakfast martini recipe
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Breakfast martini

After spying this marmalade martini on the Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth’s intriguing cocktail menu, we’re making breakfast cocktails a thing

www.greenbank-hotel.co.uk

Serves    1

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  • You will need
  • Method
  • Tarquin’s gin 40ml
  • Triple Sec 20ml
  • Lemon 1/2, juice freshly squeezed
  • Sugar syrup 10ml
  • Marmalade 2 heaped tsp
  1. Shake all the ingredients together in a cocktail shaker, then add crushed ice once the marmalade has started to dissolve. If you haven’t got a cocktail shaker at home, a jam jar will also work.
  2. Serve strained into a martini glass and garnish with orange peel spirals. Grab some thickly cut buttered toast for a contrasting crunch and enjoy, whatever time of the day.

You will need

  • Tarquin’s gin 40ml
  • Triple Sec 20ml
  • Lemon 1/2, juice freshly squeezed
  • Sugar syrup 10ml
  • Marmalade 2 heaped tsp

Method

  1. Shake all the ingredients together in a cocktail shaker, then add crushed ice once the marmalade has started to dissolve. If you haven’t got a cocktail shaker at home, a jam jar will also work.
  2. Serve strained into a martini glass and garnish with orange peel spirals. Grab some thickly cut buttered toast for a contrasting crunch and enjoy, whatever time of the day.
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