Cotswold Berry Martini
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Cotswold Berry Martini
Cocktail recipe

Rating

3.51 / 5
Simple and elegant with the Chambord showing off the delicate notes of the Cotswold gin. Simple and elegant with the Chambord showing off the delicate notes of the Cotswold gin.
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31.67% | 2.85 units *

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Ingredients

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Method
How to make a Cotswold Berry Martini

Serves 1 · Takes 3 minutes
Coat the inside of a chilled martini glass with some of the Chambord before adding the rest into a cocktail shaker with ice
Add in the gin and shake until frosty
Strain into the martini glass
Wipe a lime wedge around the rim of the martini glass before serving

Learn more about some of the mixology terms used in this cocktail

·  Shake  ·  Strain  ·  Rim  · 

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FAQ's

INGREDIENT_SPECIFICS

What type of gin is best for a Cotswold Berry Martini?

For a Cotswold Berry Martini, a dry gin is typically recommended due to its clean, crisp flavors that can complement the sweet and fruity raspberry liqueur without overwhelming it. However, feel free to experiment with different gins based on your preference for more floral or herbal notes.

GARNISHING_TIPS

How can I garnish a Cotswold Berry Martini to enhance its presentation?

A Cotswold Berry Martini can be beautifully garnished with fresh raspberries or a lime twist. For an extra touch of elegance, you might also consider floating a few edible flowers on top or rimming the glass with sugar for a sweet contrast.

PREPARATION_TECHNIQUES

Should the Cotswold Berry Martini be shaken or stirred?

The Cotswold Berry Martini, as denoted in its details, should be shaken. Shaking the cocktail with ice before straining it into a glass ensures a well-chilled, dilute, and slightly aerated texture, which is perfect for marrying the bold flavors of gin and the sweetness of raspberry liqueur.

ALCOHOL_CONTENT_COMPARISON

How does the alcohol content of a Cotswold Berry Martini compare to a classic martini?

A Cotswold Berry Martini has an alcohol content of approximately 31.67%, which is slightly lower than a classic martini. Classic martinis typically have an alcohol content around 32% to 35%, depending on the proportions and types of gin and vermouth used. The inclusion of raspberry liqueur in the Cotswold Berry Martini, which might have a lower alcohol content than the gin, contributes to its slightly lower overall alcohol content.

SERVING_SUGGESTIONS

What is the ideal temperature to serve a Cotswold Berry Martini?

The Cotswold Berry Martini is best served cold, ideally between -1°C and 4°C (30°F and 39°F). Serving it at this temperature ensures that the drink is refreshing, with the coldness enhancing the crispness of the gin and the smoothness of the raspberry liqueur. It's recommended to chill the cocktail glass beforehand for maintaining the temperature.

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