Autumn Blossom

With its crisp, clean notes and quaffable qualities, gin is often relegated to summer drinks. And it’s true that a Tom Collins or Negroni can do wonderful things on a warm patio. But gin’s a versatile number, and it’s a fine candidate for sipping once temperatures cool. Take the Autumn Blossom, for example. It blends the rose, peach and raspberry notes of Nolet’s Silver Dry Gin with the deep orange notes of Aperol (plus actual blood orange) for a drink that’s refreshing and fall-forward.

Autumn Blossom
  1. Muddle blood orange wedge with simple syrup in a shaker.
  2. Add remaining ingredients with ice, shake and strain into a coupe.
  3. Garnish with an orange peel.
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Written by Kevin Gray

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