Originality and creativity is good, but I suggest you review the basics. A good way to learn how to create well-balanced cocktails is to revisit the classics by adding your own touch!
I present to you a recipe that I created for an inspiring project in which I participated. This consisted of creating 4 cocktails for the launch of Lock 4 gin and vodka, products made in Quebec.
So I present to you a rhubarb gimlet. I named it the Ludger to pay tribute to the man who participated in the architecture of the Saint-Henri district where the distillery is located.
A refined, refreshing and delicious cocktail.
Here is the recipe: for a drink
The Ludger: (rhubarb gimlet)
- 1.5 oz of gin
- 0.5 oz lemon juice
- 0.5 oz rhubarb syrup
- Rhubarb muddle (mashed with a pestle)
- Wood pick and rhubarb ribbon
- Marie Antoinette bowl
- Pour all the ingredients into the mixer (shaker).
- Shake vigorously for the first time without ice cubes (dry shake).
- Add ice cubes, then shake vigorously again.
- Double strained through a fine mesh strainer into a chilled glass.
- Garnish with the lemon wedge.