Top Spring cocktail recipes by Bombay Sapphire

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Relax as you sip on the tea-infused The Bouquet Toss cocktail; or why not get together with your friends and toast to the new season with Bombay’s refreshing Melon Mule. In the mood for something fruity – why not  try Bombay’s Soft in Spring cocktail – mixed with mango juice, coconut cream and more! I hope you’re getting thirsty!

Soft in Spring

1.5 parts Bombay Sapphire    1 parts Mango Juice or Nectar

.75 parts Coconut Cream

.75 parts Lime juice

.5 parts Honey

2 dashes Angostura bitters

Directions: Shake all ingredients and strain over ice into a rocks glass or blend with ice until smooth. Garnish with toasted coconut shavings.

Soft in Spring

 1.5 parts Bombay Sapphire    1 parts Mango Juice or Nectar

.75 parts Coconut Cream

.75 parts Lime juice

.5 parts Honey

2 dashes Angostura bitters

Directions: Shake all ingredients and strain over ice into a rocks glass or blend with ice until smooth. Garnish with toasted coconut shavings.

The Bouquet Toss

 1.5 parts Bombay Sapphire

.5 parts St-Germain

.75 parts Chamomile tea syrup (Mix equal parts Chamomile tea and sugar)

.75 parts Lemon Juice

1.5. parts Martini Prosecco

Directions: Shaken and served in a wine glass over ice with edible flowers and thinly sliced lemon wheels

 

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