Bardinet Brandy Cocktails for summer

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Bardinet Brandy is bringing some French ‘joie de vivre’ this summer

Now brandy isn’t probably the first drink thst springs to mind when thinking of summer cocktails. Bardinet has teamed up with cocktail expert Adrian Gomes in a bid to give this traditional spirit a refreshing summer makeover.

Adrian explains: ‘In a country where evening aperitifs take centre stage, it’s no surprise that summer entertaining takes on a whole new meaning in France. To help UK drinkers be a little more experimental with their serves now that the weather is heating up, I’ve created two Bardinet cocktails: a refreshing summery spritz and an indulgent iced coffee, that will showcase brandy’s versatility as an all-season spirit.

‘Both cocktails were designed to add some French flair to summer drinking and elevate the experience – whether that’s a brunch, afternoon cocktail, aperitif, or a delicious nightcap to punctuate the end of a perfect summer day.’

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The Bardin-itz

Ingredients
35ml Bardinet VSOP
10ml Limencello
10ml sugar syrup
Raspberry lemonade
Fresh berries
Mint

Method
Fill a large wine glass with ice. Add the Bardinet, Limencello, and sugar syrup then top with the raspberry lemonade. Garnish with fresh berries, and mint.

bardinet cocktail

Bardinet Iced Vanilla Latte (vg)
Ingredients
35ml Bardinet VSOP
100ml oat milk
20ml vanilla syrup
1 shot or 25ml of espresso
cinnamon

Method
Fill a rocks glass with ice. Add the Bardinet VSOP, espresso, and vanilla syrup to the glass, then stir. Slowly top with the oat milk, then garnish with a pinch of cinnamon.

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