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     KQ Sloe Gin Fizz

 



Above: The KQ Sloe Gin Fizz will please gin fans and is perfect when you need an intensely red signature cocktail.

 

Ingredients
2 shots sloe gin
2 shots sapphire gin
1 shot lemon juice
1 teaspoon sugar
4 shots seltzer water
ice cubes

Utensils and Supplies
cocktail shaker
cocktail strainer
shot glasses
rocks or low ball glasses (for serving)

measuring spoon

cocktail or long-handled spoon


This drink recipe has five ingredients, sugar, lemon juice, sloe gin, sapphire gin and seltzer water.  KQ Host Mitch Hightower
says, "We use seltzer water rather than club soda because seltzer has no sodium".



Measure one shot of lemon juice, two shots of sloe gin and two shots of sapphire gin .  We used two ounce shot glasses,
so this mix is enough for two servings.


Fill the cocktail shaker 2/3 full of ice cubes.


Pour in the sapphire gin.



Add the sloe gin.



Pour in the lemon juice.


Add sugar.



Place lid on shaker securely.  Shake mixture vigorously until the cocktail shaker becomes very cold.



Remove cap and lid from shaker.  Use a strainer and pour mixture into rocks glasses over ice cubes.



Add two shots of seltzer to each drink.


Gently stir to blend seltzer with gin mixture.



Serve immediately.

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KQ Sloe Gin Fizz

Ingredients
2 shots sloe gin
2 shots sapphire gin
1 shot lemon juice
1 teaspoon sugar
4 shots seltzer water
ice cubes

Utensils and Supplies
cocktail shaker
cocktail strainer
shot glasses
rocks or low ball glasses (for serving)
measuring spoon
cocktail or long-handled spoon

Measure one shot of lemon juice, two shots of sloe gin and two shots of sapphire gin .  We used two ounce shot glasses,
so this mix is enough for two servings.  Fill the cocktail shaker 2/3 full of ice cubes.  Pour in the sapphire gin.  Add the
sloe gin.  Pour in the lemon juice.  Add sugar.  Place lid on shaker securely.  Shake mixture vigorously until the cocktail
shaker becomes very cold.  Remove cap and lid from shaker.  Use a strainer and pour mixture into rocks glasses over ice
cubes.  Add two shots of seltzer to each drink.  Gently stir to blend seltzer with gin mixture.  Serve immediately.

KQ Host Mitch Hightower says, "We use seltzer water rather than club soda because seltzer has no sodium".


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