This Strawberry Gin Smash is one of my favorite simple cocktail recipes.
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I love a good cocktail at the end of a long day. If I’m out, I’ll go for the fancier ones, but when I’m at home…it’s all about simplicity. Simplicity and flavor.
It really doesn’t get much easier than this Strawberry Gin Smash. It’s definitely one of my favorite simple cocktail recipes.
It uses simple ingredients and there are no complicated steps. That’s my kind of cocktail!
I used Blue Coat Gin in this cocktail. I love its smooth taste and the bright citrus finish.
You can easily make this cocktail by the glass or multiply the recipe and make a big pitcher.
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Strawberry Gin Smash
- 1/2 teaspoon sugar
- 1 lime wedge
- 3 fresh strawberries - 2 sliced and 1 reserved for garnish
- 2 sprigs of mint - divided
- 3 ounces gin
- Club soda
- In a tall glass, combine the sugar, juice from the lime wedge, mint and 1 sliced strawberry.
- Muddle with the back of a spoon until the sugar is dissolved.
- Add remaining sliced strawberries and fill the glass with ice.
- Add gin and top with club soda.
- Garnish with remaining strawberry and mint sprig.
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