The bartender wanted to make a herbaceous and spirituous cocktail, that was still light. It being summer snap peas seemed an obvious choice to infuse into the tequila which gives it a great vegetal note. The botanicals in the gin and the herbal notes in the yellow chartreuse play really with the infusion. The absinthe and Suze orange bitters, give it a nice undertone of gentian notes that round this cocktail out and bring it all together.
Snap Pea Infused Siembra Valles Blanco Tequila
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Add all of the above ingredients to a mixing glass, stir until diluted enough and cold. Strain into a v-martini or Nick & Nora glass and garnish with a lemon twist.
** to make snap pea infused tequila, chop 2 cups of snap peas and let macerate in 750 m
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