Limoncello-Gin Cocktail with Grilled Thyme #drinks #cocktails

Limoncello-Gin Cocktail with Grilled Thyme #drinks #cocktails

I'd like to compliment myself on my most amazing plan to audit a mixed drink seven days on this blog. Without this sort of purposeful inspiration, I would have most likely been drinking my preferred gin and tonic all day every day. I would have no clue about the great different mixed drinks out there sitting tight for me!

I discovered this formula by essentially completing an inquiry on mixed drinks and thyme. Limoncello-Gin Cocktail with Grilled Thyme. In case you're starting up the flame broil as of now, toss some thyme sprigs over the flame to cajole out the herb's botanical characteristics.

It was! It was so light and reviving. The limoncello and gin combined consummately obviously and the thyme added an unpretentious appetizing quality to it. My solitary grievance was that it made only two beverages. I'm supposing next time that a pitcher is all together!

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Limoncello-Gin Cocktail with Grilled Thyme #drinks #cocktails

Quickly grilling fresh thyme sprigs coaxes out the herbs floral qualities


  • 2 large sprigs fresh thyme; more for garnish
  • 1/2 fl. oz. (1 Tbs.) fresh lime juice
  • 1-1/2 fl. oz. (3 Tbs.) gin, preferably Bluecoat American Dry
  • 1/2 fl. oz. (1 Tbs.) limoncello, preferably Averna Limoni di Sicilia

  1. prepare a gas or charcoal fire for direct cooking over medium-high heat, 500°.
  2. Grill the thyme sprigs until fragrant and lightly charred, about 15 seconds.
  3. In a mixing glass or cocktail shaker gently mash the grilled thyme with the lime juice with another or similar tool like the handle of a wooden spoon.
  4. Add the gin and Limoncello and fill the shaker with ice. Stir well. Strain into a chilled rocks glass filled with fresh ice, garnish with thyme, and serve. Serves one.

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