Tetsuya Wakuda: Sloeberry Bomb


You'll need

5 ml rose liqueur (optional, see note) 5 ml sweet vermouth Dash of Peychaud’s bitters 30 ml Hendrick’s gin 20 ml cranberry juice 15 ml sake 15 ml sloe gin (see note) 5 ml Cointreau

Method

  • 01
  • Half fill a cocktail shaker with ice, add rose liqueur and sweet vermouth and swirl together. Drain, reserving ice. Add bitters to ice-filled shaker followed by remaining ingredients. Shake until just chilled (4-5 seconds), strain into a chilled highball or tall glass and serve.
Note Rose liqueur is available from select liquor stores. Sloe gin, gin infused withsour sloe plums, is available from select liquor stores.

At A Glance

  • Serves 1 people
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  • Serves 1 people

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