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Rosemary Old Fashioned 
  

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Rosemary Old Fashioned 

Perfect for summer drinking, these easy to make rosemary bitters are swirled with Glen Moray for a sweet, summery, scented cocktail.

Servings
1 Serving
Prep Time
A few hours

Ingredients - Rosemary Bitters

200ml Glen Moray Elgin Classic 
3 tablespoons Rosemary 
5 Juniper Berries 
3 Allspice Berries 
1 tsp Coriander Seeds 

Method

Place all the ingredients in a clean, sterilised glass jar with a tight fitting lid. Fix the lid and give the jar a good shake. Set aside for one to two weeks, shaking daily, until you’re happy with the concentration of flavours. When ready, strain through a muslin cloth into a clean jar or bottle, squeezing out every last drop of flavour. 

To make the Glen Moray Rosemary Old Fashioned

50ml Glen Moray Elgin Classic 
1 teaspoon simple sugar syrup 
1 teaspoon Rosemary bitters 
Ice 
Sprig of Rosemary to garnish 
  
 

Method

Mix the syrup and bitters together in an Old Fashioned glass then fill with ice and give the glass a swirl. Pour over the whisky and add a few rosemary tips as a garnish. You can adjust the taste with more or less spruce bitters according to your preference. 

About the Creators

The Thirsty Gardeners

Allotment swashbuckling diggers and swiggers….Nick Moyle and Rich Hood are the Two Thirsty Gardeners, writers and bloggers who turn home grown and foraged ingredients into a variety of drinks. Living in Somerset they plunder their allotment, gardens and local hedgerows to conjure up a range of drinks from beers and ciders to cocktails and liqueurs. Their first book, Brew it Yourself, features recipes for some of their favourite boozy brews while their new release, Wild Tea, sees them explore more sober territory with a range of teas, coffees and infusions made from leaves, flowers, roots and berries.

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