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Awaiting Grace
Added About 9 years ago
5 ingredients  
Invented by New Zealand bartender Corban Hill for the 2003 Suntory Cocktail Championships in Christchurch, and named after his then-unborn child. Muddle the basil with the sugar in the bottom of a highball glass. Add a lime wedge before pouring in the spirits and adding ice. Top up with the apple juice (preferably cloudy). Stir and serve. ...
Invented by New Zealand bartender Corban Hill for the 2003 Suntory Cocktail ...
Rating: 4.67 / 5
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Cotswold Basil Smash
Added About 2 years ago
4 ingredients  
A take on the classic Gin Basil Smash, that utilises lime instead of lemon to complement the lime notes in the Cotswold gin. Muddle the basil leaves with the sugar syrup in the bottom of a cocktail shaker, before adding the gin and lemon juice. Shake up with ice and double strain into a chilled lowball glass. Serve with a sprig of basil and a slice of lemon and enjoy. ...
A take on the classic Gin Basil Smash, that utilises lime instead of lemon to ...
Rating: 3.99 / 5
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New World Spritz
Added About 4 years ago
5 ingredients  
Squeeze the juice out of one lime and then place in a blender with the vodka, basil and sugar syrup. Pour over ice and top up the glass with soda. Garnish with a slice of lime and serve. ...
Squeeze the juice out of one lime and then place in a blender with the vodka, ...
Rating: 3.79 / 5
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Ace Royal
Added About 3 years ago
5 ingredients  
Seen at the famous Roland Garros tennis tournament in France, this delightful number uses champagne for its alcoholic base, before infusing cucumber and basil to freshen up the flavours. Muddle the basil leaves with the sugar syrup and lime juice directly into the serving glass, then drop in two slices of cucumber. Stir to combine slightly before topping up with the champagne and serving. ...
Seen at the famous Roland Garros tennis tournament in France, this delightful ...
Rating: 3.34 / 5
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Blissfully Basil
Added About 6 years ago
3 ingredients  
Squeeze half of a lemon into a shaker. Muddle a basil leaf in the lemon and let sit for 5-10 minutes to allow the flavour of the basil to mix in. Add crushed ice and vodka and shake. Strain into a chilled martini glass. Add a basil leaf as a garnish and serve. ...
Squeeze half of a lemon into a shaker. Muddle a basil leaf in the lemon and let ...
Rating: 3.26 / 5
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Jus de Rouges
Added About 9 years ago
6 ingredients  
Handcrafted and showcased at the Grey Goose Inspire event held in Paris in mid- 2011. In a cocktail shaker, muddle the basil leaves with a slice of ginger, a watermelon chunk and the simple syrup. Add ice, the vodka and lime juice. Shake well and strain into a lowball glass filled with ice. Top up with ginger ale. Garnish with remaining watermelon chunk and a few more basil leaves. ...
Handcrafted and showcased at the Grey Goose Inspire event held in Paris in mid- ...
Rating: 3.1 / 5
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Salad in a Glass
Added About a year ago
7 ingredients  
This is my attempt to recreate the Salad in a Glass from Central Flats and Taps in Knoxville, Tennessee Add all ingredients except the soda to a glass over ice and stir. Top with club soda and serve. ...
This is my attempt to recreate the Salad in a Glass from Central Flats and Taps ...
Rating: 2.84 / 5
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Gin Basil Smash
Added About 5 years ago
4 ingredients  
Add the basil and the sugar syrup to your cocktail shaker and muddle. Add the gin and the juice from half an healthy lemon. Add ice cubes and shake well. Double-strain into the glass over ice. Garnish with basil and a slice of lemon peel, and serve. ...
Add the basil and the sugar syrup to your cocktail shaker and muddle. Add the ...
Rating: 2.78 / 5
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The Charentonnais
Added About 2 years ago
5 ingredients  
Muddle the basil leaves and the lemon bitter in the glass and add crushed ice. Pour the gin, the peach liqueur then the rose lemonada soda. Stir gently and serve. ...
Muddle the basil leaves and the lemon bitter in the glass and add crushed ice. ...
Rating: 2.73 / 5
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Basil Mojito
Added About 11 years ago
5 ingredients  
Place basil leaves, sugar and lime slices into a chilled pint glass or a tumbler. Lightly muddle until the sugar dissolves and the basil smell becomes more intense. Add rum then stir, fill with ice and top up with soda water, then serve. ...
Place basil leaves, sugar and lime slices into a chilled pint glass or a ...
Rating: 1.74 / 5
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Basil Grande
Added About 11 years ago
6 ingredients  
Add two basil leaves to the strawberries in a cocktail shaker and muddle, then add the purée and Chambord. Add ice and Grand Marnier and shake well. Strain into a chilled martini glass. Use the basil leaf as a boat garnish, with a grind of pepper to finish, and serve. ...
Add two basil leaves to the strawberries in a cocktail shaker and muddle, then ...
Rating: 1.36 / 5
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Dirty Minded
Added About 11 years ago
7 ingredients  
Muddle the pears, apples, cucumber and basil in the bottom of a cocktail shaker before adding the remaining ingredients. Shake with ice until chilled. Strain into a highball glass over ice and serve. ...
Muddle the pears, apples, cucumber and basil in the bottom of a cocktail shaker ...
Rating: 1.17 / 5

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