Hernö Gin


The bee’s knees are where good stuff for the honey is collected, since it sticks on the legs of the bee when it flit from flower to flower to collect nectar. We let the bee’s go higher this time and bring us the taste from birch leaves. 
 
Ingredients
60 ml Hernö Artisan Ten Gin
25 ml birc and honey water*
20 ml lemon juice

Preparation
Shake Hernö Artisan Ten Gin, birch and honey water and fresh lemon juice with ice for about 8 seconds. Strain into a coupette glass or cocktail glass.

*To make birch and honey water, dissolve two parts honey in one part warm water and add a handful of birch leaves. Let it rest for a while and strain before use.

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The bee’s knees are where good stuff for the honey is collected, since it sticks on the legs of the bee when it flit from flower to flower to collect nectar. We let the bee’s go higher this time and bring us the taste from birch leaves. Ingredients 60 ml Hernö Artisan Ten Gin 25 ml birc and honey water* 20 ml lemon juice Preparation Shake Hernö Artisan Ten Gin, birch and honey water and fresh lemon juice with ice for about 8 seconds. Strain into a coupette glass or cocktail glass. *To make birch and honey water, dissolve two parts honey in one part warm water and add a handful of birch leaves. Let it rest for a while and strain before use.
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