In the occasion of Milan Fashion Week and Vogue Fashion Night Out Bar MARTINI® celebrates with a special cocktail dedicated to women: Glamour. Here is how to replicate it at home.
A special drink conceived for Milan’s Fashion Week 2013 and Vogue Fashion Night Out: what’s not to love? Bar MARTINI® created a cocktail dedicated to all women, Glamour, but fear not: it’s so delicious it will be permanently included in Bar MARTINI®’s menu. And if you are not in Milan, here is how to bring some Glamour into your home.
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50 ml Grey Goose vodka
50 ml lychee juice
25 ml passion fruit mash
½ passion fruit
Teaspoon of Elderflower syrup
1 redcurrant grape (decoration)
2 raspberries (decoration)
Place half passion fruit in a pitcher and pour the passion fruit mash, the vodka, the lychee juice and the Elderflower syrup.
Add some ice. Mix the ingredients by moving the whole container in circles, like you would warming up a good cognac, and once cold enough serve in a Franciacorta Flute.
Extra tip: if you can’t find the Passion Fruit ready-made, simply add a whole passion fruit instead of half. A substitute for the Elderflower syrup? Liquid sugar: just mix hot water (1 coffee cup size) with white sugar (1 coffee cup size).
Photo Credits: Gabriele Giussani
Video Credits: Federica Gasca Queirazza
Editorial Staff: Elisa della Barba
Barman: Marco Milesi
Location courtesy: Bar MARTINI®
Tagged with: #WINE AND COCKTAIL
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