2 oz Gin, The Botanist
2⁄3 oz Agave syrup (Herb-Infused, see note)
3⁄4 oz Lime juice
1 spg Rosemary (as garnish)
1 sli Lemon (wheel, as garnish)
Instructions

Thinly slice cucumber and spiral inside the Collins Glass, fill with ice. Add everything except the tonic to a shaker and shake. Strain into the Collins and top with tonic. Garnish.

Notes

To make the herb infused avage nectar, take 4-6 Pineapple Sage Leaves, 1 Sprig Rosemary add 3-4 Thyme sprigs. Put them in a jar and add 1/4 cup of boiling water and 3/4 cup of Organic Agave. Let cool and refrigerate overnight, then strain.

History

A creation made in New Zealand for a special girl and her taste for Gin.

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Created by
Trevor Fox
Year
2020
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Comments

Cleaned this up a bit - removed extraneous notes from the recipe. Clarified the instructions. In ounces, how much lemon and lime juice are you using here? 1/2 a lime and lemon is incredibly variable. Thanks,  Zachary


Great question, thanks.  I appreciate the touch up. 

For specific measurement in regards to lemons & limes.  Here in NZ, citrus definitely tends to be much smaller!

For Lemon juice, measure 1 oz.  and lime juice, .75oz.

Cheers

-Trev