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STIR all ingredients with ice and strain into chilled glass (without ice). (Note the sparkling wine should be flat.)
*Special ingredient #1 = Cardamom & Pear Shrub made as follows:
400ml Merlet pare
300ml Gewürztraminer, Germain.
7g Cardamom pods
5ml Vanilla curd
75ml White balsamic
10g Citric acid
10g Tartaric acid
150g Caster sugar
Blend for 5 minutes and super strain.
Set of confectionery dentures dropped into glass & lemon zest twist (discarded)
Invigorating, refreshing and very amusing – we do like a pun.
Created in 2016 by Andy Mil at The Cocktail Trading Co., London, England
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Snowball (Difford's recipe)
POUR champagne into ice-filled glass. SHAKE last three ingredients with ice and strain over champagne.
SHAKE all ingredients with ice and fine strain into chilled glass.
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