5 min |
Looking for a refreshing cocktail this summer? Try this recipe which replaces the rum with Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc which has lemon and other citrus notes that help add complexity to the fresh mint. To ensure all flavours are extracted from the fresh ingredients, it’s suggested that the mint leaves are bruised before adding so that the herb flavours release into the cocktail. The limes are also juiced first and the skins cut up and added to the bottom of the glass, on top of the mint leaves. The skins have oils which, when released into the beverage, add a slight twist in flavour which only professionally made cocktails often have. This cocktail requires a little more effort, but it’s worth it!