Our festive cocktail made with Sapling vodka.
For every bottle sold @saplingspirits will plant a tree.
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A Conscious Cocktail Recipe With Sapling Spirits
This recipe is brought to you together with Sapling Spirits.
We’re super excited to be collaborating with Sapling Vodka to bring you a series of REV winter cocktails over the coming weeks. We have put together a special collection of cocktails celebrating the wonderful Sapling Vodka (which is distilled in London with British wheat), coupling it with seasonal fruits and herbs from my kitchen garden.
Our first conscious cocktail for the season is an Apple Martini. We are aware more than ever of the importance of cherishing the natural environment. This is what makes the Sapling vodka used here not only delightful but also meaningful. This low-carbon spirit, which is made in an independent distillery, and is planting a tree in the UK as well as in other parts of the world for every bottle purchased.
Here’s a simple step-by-step guide for making my favourite evening martini.
Make the cocktail
5 or 6 ice cubes
60ml Sapling Vodka
30ml raw apple cider
30ml ginger beer
The juice of half a lemon
1 slice of apple – a variety of Granny Smith apple
Sprig of rosemary to garnish
Pour out a double shot of Sapling Vodka then squeeze half a lemon over lots of ice into a cocktail shaker.
Add 30 ml of raw cider and 30 ml of ginger beer and pour into the shaker.
Shake well with crushed rosemary sprig for at least 30 seconds then pour it into a martini glass.
Serve with a slice of fresh apple and freshly picked rosemary sprig.
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How we're dressing up at home!
Changing out of loungewear does wonders for our mood! Even more so on special occasions, we are still choosing to dress up despite staying in…but our outfits have got to be comfortable – that’s non negotiable!