Green Goddess Fizz
- Recommend Glass Tall Collins
- 50 ml Favourite Gin
- 8 Mint Leaf
- 25 ml McCain’s Frozen Pea Puree
- 12.5 ml Bottings Lime Sours
- 25 ml Kiwi & Cape Fynbos Bottings Puree
- Topped with Coconut Water by Simple Truth
McCain's Frozen Pea Puree:
- Empty a bag of frozen peas into a pot. Add 2 cups of hot water and boil till they are soft.
- Pour the whole mixture into your blender and blend on high until it is smooth.
- You might need 1 more cup of water, but remember it’s a puree not a pea juice, so not too much.
- Double strain the mixture and store or freeze again.
- Fill your serving glass with cubed ice and set aside.
- Grab a handful of mint leaves in your hands then drop them into the shaker.
- Dry muddle them till they are all open and releasing oils.
- Half fill a shaker with cubed ice and add all the ingredients except the coconut water.
- Close shaker and shake at full power for at least 20 seconds.
- Remove any melted water from the serving glass and make sure it is full to the top with fresh ice.
- Using a Hawthorne strainer and Tea strainer, Double strain the drink over the ice.
- Tilt the glass to a 45 degree angle and slowly layer in the coconut water.
- Garnish with a mint sprig and skewered frozen peas.
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