"Perfume Daiquiri | Crafted Pour"

"When you stock up on St Germain for New Year’s Eve and for some reason there is plenty left you have a rock solid mission to find some nice drinks that make use of some elderflower. The combination of elderflower, mint and aromatic bitters is such a treat. There is a good reason this is called a Perfume Daiquiri because the scent from this cocktail is too lovely. This has a long aftertaste and you can get a peach tone in there as well. This is a treat for sure.", "undefined", "Perfume Daiquiri",

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Perfume Daiquiri By , May 8, 2009 When you stock up on St Germain for New Year’s Eve and for some reason there is plenty left you have a rock solid mission to find some nice drinks that make use of some elderflower.

The combination of elderflower, mint and aromatic bitters is such a treat. There is a good reason this is called a Perfume Daiquiri because the scent from this cocktail is too lovely.

This has a long aftertaste and you can get a peach tone in there as well. This is a treat for sure. When you stock up on St Germain for New Year’s Eve and for some reason there is plenty left you have a rock solid mission to find some nice drinks that make use of some elderflower. The combination of elderflower, mint and aromatic bitters is such a treat. There is a good reason this is called a Perfume Daiquiri because the scent from this cocktail is too lovely. This has a long aftertaste and you can get a peach tone in there as well. This is a treat for sure. Ingredients: - Light Rum - St Germain Instructions: Mix all ingredients together. No need to muddle the mint leaves because you will want to shake hard anyways to get the honey to mix properly. Shake with ice and garnish with some mint to give a nice fresh scent! Refreshing,Seasonal,Holiday