Artemis Sparkle Cocktail

Artemis Sparkle Cocktail
Artemis Sparkle Cocktail

One of the greatest luxuries of always having homemade sorbet handy, is that you can make a magnificent cocktail, like this Artemis Sparkle Cocktail, in a breeze. And this, without adding any syrup. Making cocktails out of fruity sorbets is no rocket science, you just blend some sorbet with your favourite drink and then adjust to your liking.

For this cocktail we chose to mix Apricot Sorbet with Dry Gin, added a splash of Soda Water, a dash of cinnamon and some squeezed blackberry drops. Then topped the glass with a fresh blackberry and a cinnamon stick.  The cinnamon balanced the sweetness of the Apricot Sorbet and the blackberry added a small touch of sourness. Refreshing, fruity and so apricot-y.

Note that this cocktail and its name is a personal creation. I am no bartender and have no clue about mixology, so I do not know if there are any rules in name-giving or if there exists something similar. If there is something I should be aware of, please do leave a note in the comments, I will take it seriously.

Artemis Sparkle Cocktail


Special Equipment needed:

Blender


Yields 400 ml / 13.5 fl.oz. for each serving. For every cocktail you will need:

Ingredients:
  • 250 gr / 8.8 ounces Apricot Sorbet   ( or its granita version, see footnotes over, at the recipe )
  •  60 ml / 2 fl. oz. Dry Gin
  •  60 ml / 2 fl. oz. Soda Water
  •  ground cinnamon
  •  2 blackberries
  •  cinnamon stick ( optional, for decoration )

Preparation

Put the Apricot Sorbet, Dry Gin and Soda Water in a blender and blend until smooth. You may need to stop the blender a few times and scrape the sides and the bottom of the blender, to get things moving.

Pour in a glass and add a dash of cinnamon. Squeeze a blackberry directly onto the surface and put the other blackberry on top of the glass.

Add the cinnamon stick for decoration.

Serve immediately.

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