London mule

London mule is a very refreshing drink with a bit a tangines to it. This recipe has as bit of a twist to it, as the gin has been infused with earl grey – doesn’t get more british then that.

London mule

Course Drinks
Keyword cocktails
Prep time 10 minutes
Cooking time 10 hours 40 minutes
Total time 10 hours 50 minutes
Servings 1 person

Ingredients

  • 6 cl earl grey infused gin
  • 12 cl ginger beer
  • 1 cl lime juice freshly squeezed
  • ice

Earl grey infused gin

  • 2 bags earl grey tea
  • 250 ml gin London dry

Instructions

Earl grey infused gin

  1. Place the 2 tea bags in a jar

  2. Pour over the gin and close the lid

  3. Leave in the fridge for a min. of 8 hours

  4. Remove the tea bags and the gin is ready for use

London Mule:

  1. Fill a glass with ice - I like to use a large red wine glass

  2. Add the gin, ginger beer and lime juice

  3. Give it a stir

  4. Enjoy

 

This recipe was originally posted on my danish blog frumillascupcakes.com

Raspberry mojito

This raspberry mojito is perfect on a hot summer evening

Raspberry mojito

Servings 2 Drinks

Ingredients

  • 8 Mint leaves
  • 12 Raspberries
  • 2 tsp Sugar
  • 6-8 cl Rum (White)
  • 3-4 cl Lime juice (Freshly squashed)
  • Club soda or sparkling water

Instructions

  1. Place raspberries, mint and sugar in a cocktail shaker

  2. Muddel the ingrediens together

  3. Add rum, lime juice and ice cubes

  4. Place lid on shaker, and give it a good shake

  5. Strain into glass with ice cubes

  6. Add some raspberries and mint leaves as garnish

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Chocolate martini with Kahlua

I love chocolate – in every shape and size – milk, dark, white all of them. I also like cocktails, so a cocktail with chocolate is the perfect combination. This chocolate martini with Kahlua is just to die for.

Chocolate martini with Kahlua

Course Drinks
Keyword chocolate, kahlua
Cooking time 10 minutes
Servings 1 drink

Ingredients

  • 50 gram chocolate finely chopped
  • 75 ml varm milk just below boiling
  • 3 cl kahlua
  • 2 cl vodka
  • ice cubes
  • a bit a grated chocolate

Instructions

  1. Chop the chocolate and add it to a bowle 

  2. Put the milk in a saucepan and bring to just below boiling point 

  3. Pour the milk over the chocolate and let it rest for a minute

  4. Stir until the chocolate is melted

  5. Dip the rim of the glass in the melted chocolate and then in the grated chocolate 

  6. Stir the Kahlua and the vodka into the melted chocolate. 

  7. Put ice in a shaker and add the chocolate mix. Shake for about 30 sek. 

  8. Sift the drink into the martini glass

  9. Please enjoy responsibly 

This recipe was originally posted on my danish blog frumillascupcakes.com 

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