Cocktail Recipe: Summer in the City | KCET
Cocktail Recipe: Summer in the City
This cocktail is similar to a blackberry smash, but it's fortified with dry rosé wine. It could be considered a julep of sorts, although it's made without the usual sugar syrup. I'm not sure you could get away with calling it sangria. It's a mixed-up, delicious concoction, ideal for riffing on and serving all summer long.
Summer in the City
2 thin lime slices
3 mint leaves, plus more for garnish
3 - 4 blackberries
½ ounce gin
2 ounces dry rosé wine
In a small glass, muddle the lime, mint, and blackberries. Pour in the gin and rosé, then swizzle to mix. Add enough crushed ice to fill the glass. Garnish with mint, and serve.
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