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French 0.5 - Cook & Nelson

French 0.5

Elevate your celebration with a perfect champagne alternative crafted with the refreshing Seedlip Grove 42 and non-alcoholic sparkling wine, bringing together a blend of citrus and floral notes that tantalize your taste buds without the alcohol.INGREDIENTS Seedlip Grove 42: 35ml Lemon Juice: 15ml Sugar Syrup: 10ml Top with NA sparkling wine GLASS & GARNISH Chilled Champagne flute Garnish with Lemon disc METHOD Add all ingredients into a cocktail shaker Shake & double strain into a chilled Champagne flute Garnish with Lemon disc

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Orchard Sour - Cook & Nelson

Orchard Sour

Indulge in a unique non-alcoholic cocktail that expertly combines the distinct taste of Seedlip Garden 108 with refreshing flavours of pear and lemon, resulting in an extraordinary drink experience that's sure to please.INGREDIENTS Seedlip Garden 108: 50ml Pear Jam: 1 large tbsp Lemon Juice: 15ml Egg White: 20ml GLASS & GARNISH Chilled Martini Coupe Garnish w/ Lemon Zest METHOD Add all of the ingredients to a shaker and dry-shake for 30 seconds without ice. Add ice and shake again until well-chilled. Strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with a slice of Lemon Zest.

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Spice & Ginger Ale - Cook & Nelson

Spice & Ginger Ale

Looking for a non-alcoholic beverage that packs a flavourful punch? Look no further than our Spice & Ginger Ale cocktail! This aromatic concoction boasts notes of zesty ginger ale and refreshing orange, all without the buzz. Savour each sip and let the flavours dance on your tongue - this drink is sure to spice up your day in the best way possible!INGREDIENTS Seedlip Spice 94: 50ml Ginger Ale: 125ml GLASS & GARNISH Rocks Garnish w/ Orange Full Moon METHOD Build over ice

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Lemon Grove - Cook & Nelson

Lemon Grove

Get ready to pucker up, because our Seedlip Grove 42 cocktail is here to shake things up! This citrus-based concoction is the perfect blend of tangy and sweet, with just the right amount of Seedlip Grove 42 to give it that extra oomph. Whether you're in the mood for a refreshing drink on a hot day or just want to add a little zing to your night out, this cocktail is sure to hit the spot. So, grab a glass and get ready to sip on some serious citrusy goodness!INGREDIENTS Seedlip Grove 42: 50ml Lemongrass Cordial*: 15ml Raw Apple Vinegar: 10ml Soda: Top GLASS & GARNISH Wine Glass full of ice Garnish w/ Lemongrass Fan METHOD Create Lemongrass Cordial* combine 3 chopped ticks of fresh Lemongrass, 250ml hot water & 250ml Caster Sugar. Leave to infuse for 2 hours. Filter and refrigerate. Build over ice & stir to mix.

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Spice & Tonic - Cook & Nelson

Spice & Tonic

Who says non-alcoholic cocktails have to be boring? Not us! Our Seedlip Spice 94 cocktail may be simple, but it's anything but plain. Bursting with aromatic notes that will make your taste buds dance, this drink is perfect for those looking for a little extra flavor without the buzz. So, go ahead and indulge in the spice of life - Seedlip Spice 94 has got your back!INGREDIENTS Seedlip Spice 94: 50ml East Imperial Tonic Water: 125ml GLASS & GARNISH Highball Garnish w/ a Red Grapefruit Twist METHOD Build over ice

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Glassware 101 - Cocktails At Home #seedlipdrinks - Cook & Nelson

Glassware 101 - Cocktails At Home #seedlipdrinks

by Jaz AKA @roamingcreative Ever wondered what drink goes in which glass? When it comes to making cocktails, glassware becomes much more than just a vessel. The visual appeal & functionality of a glass, like a flute or a coupe - can make a big first impression & add to the overall cocktail experience. ⁠   Highball Tall and narrow, highball tumblers are compatible with all sorts of libations, namely high cocktails such as Gin & tonic and Rum and Coke. Bartenders often build the drinks served in highball glasses directly inside the glass. Remember, the more ice the better. Lowball Also known as an old fashioned glass, lowball glasses are a shorter version of the highball glass and are often used for serving spirits such as bourbon. With a wide and sturdy base, lowball glasses are ideal for muddling non-liquid ingredients—think mint and other herbs—with the main liquid ingredients of the cocktail. Martini Glasses A stemmed cocktail glass defined by its V-shaped, conical bowl. The Martini glass was made famous by its namesake cocktail, the Martini, though it can be used for any cocktail that is served up. (Without ice). The wide mouth of the glass is intended to allow the aromas of gin botanicals to escape and float up, enticing the drinker to another sip. Coupe Glasses Coupe glasses are stemmed, and typically defined by their broad, shallow saucer. They're exclusively used for serving “up” drinks, meaning cocktails that are shaken or stirred until chilled and served without ice (as opposed to “on the rocks”). Like the Martini Glass the stem prevents your hand from warming it up too quickly. Copper Mugs & Julep Tins Long associated with Moscow mules and Mint juleps, copper & stainless vessels are known for their ability to instantly turn (and remain) cold—insulating the drink being served. Copper mugs typically feature a handle that minimizes heat transfer, whether enjoying an adult beverage or something non-alcoholic, such as iced tea, water and other chilled beverages. Julep tins which were made popular by the Kentucky Derby, are usually made of silver or pewter and are sought after as a souvenir. Nick & Nora Named after Nick and Nora Charles, the main characters in the 1934 timeless thriller, The Thin Man. It features a bell-shaped bowl that sits on top of a long stem—slightly resembling the design of a white wine glass. Nick and Nora glasses are most commonly used to serve drinks that are shaken or stirred. They are also used to serve any beverage that’s otherwise served in a martini glass. Rocks Glasses Short, broad and sturdy, rock glasses are used to serve spirits over ice, as well as distilled spirits and sweet drinks that are overwhelming in large quantities. Oftentimes, the drinks served from rocks glasses are built directly inside—making it easy to layer the different flavours with ice and liquor. Heaving the hand, there is something quite special about sipping from a rocks glass.

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Seedlip Light & Breezy - Cook & Nelson

Seedlip Light & Breezy

INGREDIENTS: 60ml Seedlip Grove 42  Ginger beer or Good Sh*t Ginger, to top  Lime, to garnish METHOD: Build over cubed ice in a Città Rib Tumbler. Top with ginger beer or Good Sh*t Ginger. Garnish with a lime wheel & enjoy! Share a picture of your Seedlip creations by tagging us on Instagram @cookandnelson. Photo credit CITTÀ. We have added in an alternative to ginger beer to the original recipe posted on the CITTÀ site. This is an original recipe reposted from CITTÀ: #Seedlipdrinks

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