This Grapefruit Rosemary Gimlet is so delicious. Bright, fresh grapefruit juice and herbaceous rosemary simple syrup and gin make for one seriously refreshing cocktail.
🌟 Why You'll Love This Recipe
💭 What is a gimlet?
A gimlet is a classic cocktail that's typically made with gin (or vodka), lime juice, and simple syrup.
💭 What is a Grapefruit Rosemary Gimlet?
A Grapefruit Rosemary Gimlet takes the original formula and tweaks it a bit. This gimlet is made with gin, swaps the lime juice for fresh grapefruit juice, and adds herby rosemary simple syrup.
- Rosemary simple syrup: This simple syrup is infused with the fresh, herbaceous flavor of rosemary. It's so easy to make your own at home.
- Grapefruit juice: Freshly squeezed, please!
- Gin: Use your favorite
👩🏻🍳 How to make a Grapefruit Rosemary Gimlet
Start with a cocktail shaker with ice and add the grapefruit juice and rosemary simple syrup. Follow that up with your gin.
Shake the drink until it's very cold (about 10 seconds) and strain it into a glass with ice. Alternately you can strain it into a coupe or Nick and Nora glass without ice.
Either way, garnish your drink with some fresh grapefruit and rosemary.
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Fresh is preferred, but you can use a store bought bottled juice, if needed.
In short, use your favorite!
Yes. Double the amounts of each ingredient, shake them up, and strain them into two glasses.
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Grapefruit Rosemary Gimlet
- 2 oz grapefruit juice freshly squeezed
- 1.75 oz gin
- ¾ oz rosemary simple syrup
- fresh grapefruit and rosemary for garnish
- In a cocktail shaker over ice, add the fresh grapefruit juice, gin, and rosemary simple syrup. Shake until very cold and strain into a rocks glass over ice.
- Garnish with a quarter moon of fresh grapefruit and a sprig of fresh rosemary.
- You can use bottled grapefruit juice, but fresh is preferable
Disclaimer: Nutritional information is a generated estimate and is not guaranteed to be accurate.