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Fresh Mint Cobbler

Combine your favourite local gin with white wine, fresh mint and lemon in this delicious summer cocktail
Fresh Mint Cobbler

Neil Rivington, food and beverage manager at The Alverton in Truro, shares his Fresh Mint Cobbler cocktail recipe

Serves    1
  • London Dry gin 35ml
  • White wine 50ml
  • Fresh lemon juice 20ml
  • Honey 20ml
  • Fresh mint 5 sprigs

To serve

  • Fresh mint 1 sprig
  • Lemon zest coil 1
  1. For the Fresh Mint Cobbler: half fill a boston shaker with ice.
  2. Place the gin, wine, lemon juice, honey and mint in the shaker and shake hard for 8-10 seconds – until the outside of the shaker is frosted and cold to touch.
  3. Strain the mixture into a glass filled with ice.
  4. To serve: bruise the mint by giving it a gentle clap between your hands. Garnish the cobbler with the mint and a coil of lemon zest.

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You will need

  • London Dry gin 35ml
  • White wine 50ml
  • Fresh lemon juice 20ml
  • Honey 20ml
  • Fresh mint 5 sprigs

To serve

  • Fresh mint 1 sprig
  • Lemon zest coil 1

Method

  1. For the Fresh Mint Cobbler: half fill a boston shaker with ice.
  2. Place the gin, wine, lemon juice, honey and mint in the shaker and shake hard for 8-10 seconds – until the outside of the shaker is frosted and cold to touch.
  3. Strain the mixture into a glass filled with ice.
  4. To serve: bruise the mint by giving it a gentle clap between your hands. Garnish the cobbler with the mint and a coil of lemon zest.
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  • London Dry gin 35ml
  • White wine 50ml
  • Fresh lemon juice 20ml
  • Honey 20ml
  • Fresh mint 5 sprigs

To serve

  • Fresh mint 1 sprig
  • Lemon zest coil 1
  1. For the Fresh Mint Cobbler: half fill a boston shaker with ice.
  2. Place the gin, wine, lemon juice, honey and mint in the shaker and shake hard for 8-10 seconds – until the outside of the shaker is frosted and cold to touch.
  3. Strain the mixture into a glass filled with ice.
  4. To serve: bruise the mint by giving it a gentle clap between your hands. Garnish the cobbler with the mint and a coil of lemon zest.

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