This cocktail is perfect for brunch with friends, yet elegant and flavorful enough to accompany a meal during dinner. It's classy-looking with a high alcohol content like a martini, but much easier to drink.
Technique tip: Make sure to thoroughly strain the mixture while pouring to remove grape pulp.
Swap option: Using red or purple grapes instead will add a sweeter flavor and change the color of the cocktail.
Special equipment: Muddler.
- 8-10 white grapes, plus one on a skewer to garnish
- 1 ounce elderflower liqueur
- 4 ounces gin
- 2 ounces white sweet vermouth
- 1 ounce lime juice
Muddle the grapes with elderflower liqueur in a cocktail shaker.2.
Add gin, white vermouth, lime juice and ice to the cocktail shaker and shake vigorously.3.
Strain mixture into martini glass. Garnish with grape on a skewer.