Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe

Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe. Did you know, Salcombe Gin Launches Mediterranean Inspired Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ for Summer?

Hello friends. So how are you today? Are you also, a gin lover? If so, looking for a gin recipe for Afternoon Tea?

#AfternoonTeaWeek

Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe

Is it afternoon tea week? Yes it is. Afternoon Tea Week takes place every second full week in August. So get your best afternoon tea dress out and celebrate. Because I am. Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe, anyone?

Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe:

So today I also have a guest recipe post. Did you know, Salcombe Gin Launches Mediterranean Inspired Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ for Summer?

Adventurous and luxurious Salcombe Gin, which embraces life on and around the water, is releasing ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’, a new Mediterranean-inspired gin.

Available from early July, this exceptional dry rosé gin is being positioned alongside its flagship multi-award-winning London Dry Gin ‘Start Point’.

Named after the iconic ‘Sainte Marie’ lighthouse which marks the Southern entrance to the Old Port of Marseille. From where 19th century Salcombe Fruit Schooners would load citrus fruits and herbs bound for England’s ports.

‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ is inspired by the aromas, flavours and lifestyle of the South of France. Also, it is a celebration of adventure, colour, freshness and joy; capturing the vibrant spirit of the Mediterranean coast.

Angus Lugsdin, co-founder of Salcombe Distilling Co, comments: “We’re extremely excited to launch this exceptional gin, our second commercial release, exactly three years after the launch of ‘Start Point’.

With so many overly sweet and synthetically coloured gins in the market, we set out to elevate the category by creating a dry pink gin. With no added sugar, a nod to the crisp and dry rosé wines from Provence.

The recipe draws inspiration from the heritage and trading routes of the Salcombe Fruit Schooners and the citrus fruits and herbs they carried back to England.”

Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe

Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe.

So Salcombe Gin Launches Mediterranean Inspired Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ for Summer:

Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ is a delicate, fresh and truly exquisite gin, reminiscent of a balmy summer’s evening sat outside on the terrace of your favourite restaurant, watching the world go by.

Fragrant notes of fresh lemon peel and Provence herbs are complemented by the natural sweetness of red fruit and the distinctive perfume of white flowers and orange blossom carried on a sea breeze.

Lavender and lemon verbena, along with a hint of white pepper, add subtle finesse. On the palate, it has fullness and intensity whilst remaining smooth with an endearing and lingering softness to finish.

Traditional juniper provides structure in the background partnered with a natural, but not overpowering, soft sweetness from strawberries and angelica.

Twelve further hand-sourced botanicals including lemon verbena, fresh lemon and orange peels, rose petals, orange blossom and pink peppercorns. They are combined to create a truly exceptional gin that is elegantly soft and smooth.

‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ can be enjoyed from the beginning to the end of a meal, as an aperitif or a digestif, on the beach or beside the pool, but always when you need a little Mediterranean sunshine in your life.

It is purposefully dry in style, with no added sugar, letting the consumer control the desired level of sweetness of their G&T through their selection of mixer and garnish.

So for the ultimate pink G&T using Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’, simply fill a large wine glass with ice and add a large measure of gin to three parts premium Indian tonic water.

Also, garnish with a slice of strawberry to accentuate the bouquet of red fruit or a twist of fresh lemon peel to bring the fragrant citrus to the fore.

Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe

A Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe.

Recipe For Salcombe Gin:

Salcombe Gin Launches Mediterranean Inspired Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ for Summer.

Who owns Salcombe gin? It is owned by Angus Lugsdin and Howard Davie.

What tonic goes with Salcombe gin? How about trying Fever-Tree Mediterranean tonic water? So good.

Do you pour gin or tonic first? Simply fill a large wine glass with ice, add the Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ and Aperol. Also, top up with Fever-Tree Mediterranean tonic water, stir gently and garnish with a twist of orange peel on the side of the glass.

What do you garnish with Salcombe Rose gin? Garnish with a slice of strawberry or if you try this recipes, a twist of orange peel.

How do you serve Salcombe gin? Try this Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe. A Mediterranean classic cocktail reinvented with the new Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ to create a truly exceptional aperitif.

Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe:

This beautifully refreshing drink is easy to recreate and perfect for toasting summer moments amongst friends. So much fun.

The Salcombe Spritz is a delightful cocktail that captures the essence of a coastal escape with its refreshing and zesty flavours.

The Salcombe Spritz is the perfect drink to transport you to a coastal haven, evoking the salty breeze and the serenity of the seaside. Cheers to a taste of summer in every sip.

Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe.

Ingredients:

  • 25ml Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’
  • Fever-Tree Mediterranean tonic water
  • 15ml Aperol
  • Twist of orange peel

Method:

  1. Simply fill a large wine glass with ice, add the Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ and Aperol. Top up with Fever-Tree Mediterranean tonic water, stir gently and garnish with a twist of orange peel on the side of the glass.
Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe

A Salcombe Spritz Cocktail Recipe. Salcombe Gin Launches Mediterranean Inspired Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ for Summer Guest Post.

Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ (41.4% ABV) 70cl bottle and is available from early July online at Salcombe Gin, from the Salcombe Gin Distillery and at selected independent retailers nationwide.

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Over 40 style

Afternoon tea dress ready!! Draped in the elegance of my afternoon tea dress, I’m also ready to celebrate the sophistication of Afternoon Tea Week in style.

This charming dress, adorned with a pink collar and a flattering silhouette, whispers timeless grace and refinement.

To enhance this look, I’ve paired it with fun shoes to match the cascade of pastel-hued flowers—a nod to the blossoms that grace the tea gardens.

I feel like a character from a bygone era, ready to step into the refined ambiance of a tea room. As I savour the delectable treats and sip on exquisite blends of gin!

My dress also becomes a canvas for the celebration of tradition and indulgence.

After all, what better way to revel in the art of afternoon tea than by embodying its elegance with every stitch and accessory?

So here’s to Afternoon Tea Week, where fashion and flavour harmonise in a delightful symphony of sophistication!

Thank you so much for stopping by. Do you also fancy making this recipe? Because I do.

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