Friday, November 11, 2011

Jasmine Gin Fizz: Floral-Laced Cocktail Recipe for Festive Nights

We have to thank Korres, the Greek company, for this recipe of floral-laced festive Jasmine Gin Fizz brought to you today thanks to the sharing spirit of my reader Morticia. Now that the nights are longer, and more inviting to parties, we can get to the spirit of the upcoming festivities with something alcoholic. Gin Fizz recalls the sparkling nature of Lubin's classic fragrance by the same name, whetting the appetite of this perfumeholic for an accompanying sip on the lips.

The recipe here follows a late 19th century Silver Fiz cocktail version, which was updated by chef Ryan Fitzerald, who always wanted to incorporate the floralcy of jasmine tea into a gin cocktail (he added honey to bring on the fruitiness of jasmine in the blend).
The recipe suggested by Korres below is even easier:

Jasmine Gin Fizz

2 ounces jasmine gin
1 ounce fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon superfine sugar
club soda

To make the jasmine gin, you soak two jasmine teabags in 8 ounces of gin for one hour. Then get the teabags out and count 2 ounces of the liquid. Add and stir 1 ounce of fresh lemon juice and the sugar. Shake so that sugar dissolves. Strain over ice in a suitable glass (get out the cocktail glasses!). Top with club soda.


photo via whimsically wishing blog


  1. Anonymous11:19

    Great recommendation! Thanks!

  2. This look incredible! I just did a post on the classic Ramos Fizz on my blog about a week ago - this looks even better, I can't wait to try it!

  3. Ooh, this sounds right up my alley! Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to make a Jasmine Gin Fizz.

  4. TBS,

    thanks for commenting and off to take a look!

  5. Charna,

    welcome, I think it might even give you an inspiration for a perfume!

  6. Oh, this sounds lovely! Now I just have to wait 'til the sun goes down, you know, for appearances;)

  7. JA,

    :-) Cute! To your health!


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