Low-Alcohol Cocktail: Clean Slate

by | Jul 7, 2020 | Drinks

This low-alcohol cocktail bursts with herbal, floral and nutty flavors.

1 oz. manzanilla sherry
1 oz. bianco vermouth
¼ oz. Salers Aperitif
2 dashes Scrappy’s Orleans bitters (or substitute Peychaud’s)
Tools: barspoon, strainer
Glass: tulip or Port
Garnish: edible flower (Whitehead uses nasturtiums)

Stir all the ingredients with ice to chill. Strain into a chilled glass, then garnish.

About the Author

Tash McGill

Tash McGill works as a strategy consultant in tourism, hospitality and digital transformation. She is co-founder of The Feed, President of Food Writers NZ, Chair of the New Zealand Whisky Association.

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