Valentine's cocktail with Gin by Mixologist Jordi Otero 50 ml Gin 10 ml Chartreuse 35 ml Lemon juice 15 ml sugar syrup 2 drops of cardamon bitters Egg white A drop of rose colorant or granada Soda Shake and serve
Whether you’re hosting a whole party or just a friend, this bubbly drink, the Mint Condition, will up your cocktail cred this summer—and it’s so easy to whip up. Directions: Add crushed ice to a pitcher and pour in one bottle of prosecco and a splash of St. Germaine (4 capfuls). Squeeze 2 cut limes into the pitcher and add mint (15-20 sprigs). Top off with a 1/2 cup of tonic water. Sip slowly and enjoy!
This 1937 British cocktail, named for a train that ran between Manhattan and Chicago for much of the twentieth century, strikes an unexpected balance between velvety creme de cacao and refreshing gin, lemon juice, and Lillet.