Evergreen Swizzle Cocktail

By Jamie Boudreau

The swizzle, a style of cocktail utilizing crushed ice, typically made with rum and given a good mixing with a swizzle stick, is a perfect drink for the approaching Summer. In this swizzle, Jamie utilizes Edinburgh Gin, a new gin on the market. With wonderful floral tones and resounding pine notes, it is the perfect gin for the Evergreen Swizzle.

Recipe

Ingredients

1 1/2 oz Edinburgh Gin

1/2 oz Yellow Chartreuse

Zirbenz Pine Liqueur

1/2 oz fresh lime juice

1/2 oz simple syrup

Instructions

shake with ice

strain over crushed ice in a Collins glass

garnish with rosemary sprig

serve with straw

Comments
Matthew Parks 29 May 2012
4:09 pm

This is an excellent cocktail for summer! Had to sub a few things and it still came out great.. Didn’t have the edinburgh yet in Nashville, TN so I used Deaths Door, which has a similar pine character. In lieu of Yellow Chartreuse, I dropped it down to 1/4 oz of Green as the green is just a bit richer than yellow and I felt it would lend a great green color to the cocktail, and in lieu of the Zirbenz pine, I substituted 1/2 oz of Clear Creek Douglis Fir Eau de Vie, a bit easier to find.

Veronica Clemons 30 May 2012
9:23 am

Sounds yummy

H. Joseph Ehrmann 31 May 2012
10:22 am

Jamie, good to see you back. Bar looks great. I can’t wait to visit.

Ginty 4 Jun 2012
12:39 am

Ugh! So many ingredients I can’t get in Canada! Hahaha! But very inspiring, I haven’t tried making any swizzles before. I’ll use this as a jumping point! Thanks, Jaime.

Jamie Boudreau 6 Jun 2012
6:56 pm

Thanks for the kind words all! I hope to see you soon H!

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