1 2⁄3 oz Gin, Gabriel Boudier Saffron
2 1⁄2 t Orange Curaçao, Marie Brizard (Dry or any bitter orange liqueur)
Instructions

Stir and strain into a martini glass

Notes

Originally made at Mother's Ruin Gin Palace using liqueurs and bitters we make on site. But I think a good version could be made using commercially available ingredients. A good orange bitters of any brand, and a bitter orange liqueur such as dry curaçao should stand in well

Cocktail summary
Picture of Saffron and Bitter Orange Martini
Created by
Becky Wynn Griffiths, Mother's Ruin Gin Palace, London, UK
Year
2015
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  • I like it, but it needs something to provide some dynamic tension. I think that next time I will muddle in some black pepper, then double strain.
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Comments

Curated this: Capitalized the name of the drink. Cleaned up the notes section quite a bit - added Gabriel Boudier Saffron as a brand of gin. Corrected Dolin entry to Blanc Vermouth. Cleaned up the instructions - removed the recap of the drink. Thanks, Zachary