The spring time –a very brief, fleeting period between winter and summer – brings with it the bloom of flowers, chirping birds, and the warm, golden sunshine.
Whenever the springseason arrives, many cocktail lovers around the world do away with their favourite warm Manhattans or quirky Martinis for something light, delicious, and breezy. They are looking out for a drink to sip under the warm spring sun, and usually resort tosomething refreshing, aromatic, and scintillating.
To savour the magic of this golden season, we have brought a few delicious floral cocktails that will soothe your senses with its rich aromatic flavours.
This light and zesty concoction is prepared by blending White Mischief Vodka, crème de cacao, rose water, and rose petals. Every sip of the mix will delight your taste buds with the light floral flavours of rose water and crème de cacao. You can also use flavoured vodka to add a dash of fruitiness to the mix.
This old-fashioned, classic mix is prepared by bourbon, ginger ale, and crème Yvette. Crème Yvette adds a signature floral taste to the drink, while anise-spiced tea syrup tops it up with adequate sweetness.
This soothing concoction is prepared with Crème de Violette, vodka, gin, Domain de Canton, St. Germaine elderflower liqueur, and lavender bitters. Every sip of the cocktail teases your tastebuds with strong lavender flavours followed bybitter undernotes of elderflower liqueur.
This orchid flavour mix is an apt combination of Leblon Cachaca, raspberry liqueur, lychee puree, and fresh orchids. Cachaca adds a sweet taste to the drink, while fresh orchids give it a strong aroma and an orange hue.Bartenders use lychee puree to give a tropical touch to the concoction.
Named after the vibrant actress of 1930s, Ginger Rogers has earned a name for itself as a fruity variant of Martini. This sweet cocktail is one of the best spring cocktails prepared by blending gin, dry vermouth, apricot brandy, and lemon juice. It is one of the drinks that actually gets its sweet florid flavours by addition of edible pansy flower as garnish.
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