In celebration of the launch of Planting for Butterflies – a book written by our pal Jane Moore – we’ve been unravelling our disturbingly long proboscises into this tasty, vodka-based cocktail.
It’s a perfect booze for garden-based summertime sipping and was created by booze guru Alex Kammerling of Kamm & Sons, who kindly gave us permission to run the recipe.
It’s dead easy to make, delicious, and we are happy to report that doesn’t contain a single butterfly. Here’s how to make it…
How to make a Butterfly Cocktail
Difficulty level: Easy
- Fling the grapes in a shaker, give them a muddle (squish and twist the contents, ideally using a muddler), then add the other ingredients.
- Give it a good old shake before straining into a chilled martini glass.
- Transfer contents of martini glass to stomach, via lips and mouth.
Source: Two Thirsty Gardeners