Blueberries for Sal

Blueberries for Sal

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The lavender spray is unexpectedly light and after the first sip of the cocktail, it’s tough to put the glass down. The sweet floral notes of elderflower are balanced by the slightly tart blueberry purée. Topped off with Prosecco, this cocktail is beautifully harmonious. Blueberries for Sal might just be your new go-to for a spring sipper.

½ ounce of blueberry purée

1 ounce Dolin Blanc Vermouth 

½ ounce honey lemon thyme syrup

½ ounce elderflower liqueur 

Prosecco

Lavender water

Fresh blueberries for garnish

Shake all ingredients except Prosecco and pour into a glass with ice. Top with Prosecco and spritz of lavender water over the glass. Garnish with fresh blueberries

From Issue

No. 04 / Spring 2018

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