|1 1⁄2||oz||Gin, Hendrick's (Midsummer)|
|3⁄4||oz||Bergamot liqueur, Italicus|
|1⁄4||oz||Grapefruit juice (White)|
|1||bsp||Orange flower water|
Shake, strain, up.
The basic idea of this came from @Drunklab - it was a way to solve two problems - that Hendrick's is delicious but difficult outside a G&T - it lacks bitter/green notes. The Italicus is delicious but needs less sugar or more punch. This now makes me think of a classic fragrance family called Fougere, which means fern-like - think citrus, lavender, tonka and oakmoss.
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