"Butterfly Pea Bee's Knees | Crafted Pour"

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Butterfly Pea Bee's Knees By , May 8, 2009 Butterfly pea flower in a slightly different way can be used as a bit of a pH indicator, becoming more red/pink in hue when the solution get's a bit more acidic!

Taking advantage of this property yields a more impactful bee's knees cocktail (that looks pretty cool when underlit by my cellphone light). It's more in the sour side, so it's not my particular palate partner, but for those who like a tart bite, I'd recommend it!

The original recipe for this cocktail was found in a cocktail coloring book called Butterfly pea flower in a slightly different way can be used as a bit of a pH indicator, becoming more red/pink in hue when the solution get's a bit more acidic! Taking advantage of this property yields a more impactful bee's knees cocktail (that looks pretty cool when underlit by my cellphone light). It's more in the sour side, so it's not my particular palate partner, but for those who like a tart bite, I'd recommend it! The original recipe for this cocktail was found in a cocktail coloring book called "The Power of Positive Drinking!" by Galison Ingredients: - Butterfly Pea Flower-Infused Gin - Lemon Juice Instructions: Combine all ingredients and shake in a tin. Then strain into a glass of your choice! Refreshing,Tart,Sweet,Shaken