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Lavender Bee’s Knees

Lavender Bee’s Knees

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Want to learn how to rim a glass with cocktail sugar for your Lavender Bee's Knees drinks, a different gin lavender cocktail recipe - or any martini drink? Check out our easy to follow recipe tutorial.

Lavender Bee’s Knees

  • Author: Patricia Beets
  • Yield: 2 Drinks

Description

This is a drink for gin lovers and gin haters alike. (Really.) The crowing touch: the lavender honey syrup. Simple to make, it’s the ingredient that adds a modern touch to this classic Art Deco cocktail.


Ingredients


Instructions

To Make Lavender Honey Syrup:

Ingredients:

  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/8 cup hot water
  • 1 teaspoon dried culinary lavender buds

Directions:

Add hot water into a bowl, then add your lavender buds. Whisk in the honey and keep whisking until evenly mixed. Let cool and allow the mixture to steep overnight (to really bring out the floral notes). The next day, pour the mixture through a fine mesh strainer to remove the lavender bits from your honey syrup. Don’t be in a rush on this step – it can take a bit for the syrup to be strained.

Drink Directions:

Rim your coupe cocktail glasses with our Lavender flavored Cocktail Rim Sugar and set aside. Combine all of your cocktail drink ingredients in a cocktail shaker full of ice. Cover shaker and shake vigorously until shaker is chilled. Strain into cocktail glasses. Garnish with lavender spring and serve.

Bar supplies:

  • Champagne coupe glasses (chilled)
  • Cocktail shaker
  • Dell Cove Spices’ Lavender flavored Cocktail Rim Sugar

Buy Your Lavender Flavored Cocktail Rim Sugar Here


Notes

Want to learn how to rim a glass with cocktail sugar for your Lavender Bee’s Knees drinks, a different gin lavender cocktail recipe – or any martini drink? Check out our easy to follow recipe tutorial. Want to blend this Bees Knees cocktail recipe, rather than serve on the rocks? Add all liquids into a blender, along with 1 cup of crushed ice. Blend on high until blended to desired consistency, then pour into sugar rimmed glasses and serve.

Speaking of Art Deco-inspired drinks, we get asked A LOT about where we get our glassware. Short answer: it depends. Some of it has been passed down through our families, while some has been discovered at vintage shops during our travels out to visit different farms. (You can find vintage glassware treasures at estate sales, too!) Our collection is a bit big. But honestly? We use them. There’s something wonderful about serving a cocktail in vintage glass that makes even a casual mid-week meal feel special.

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