• Signature Drink: Martinis for Four!

     
    POSTED January 29, 2018
     

Invite three of your closest friends over to sample Boise Centre’s tasty cranberry martinis! (Serves 4)

INGREDIENTS
—6 oz. gin
—1 cup cranberry juice
—Sliced fresh ginger
—Ginger ale
—Fresh cranberries, for garnish
—Rosemary sprigs, for garnish

DIRECTIONS
Fill four cocktail glasses with ice or chill four martini glasses. Take a cocktail shaker and fill it approximately halfway with ice. Pour in half of the gin, half of the cranberry juice and a few thin slices of fresh ginger. Shake vigorously to chill the contents. Strain the drink over the ice or into two martini glasses. Repeat the steps with the remaining gin, juice and ginger to make two more drinks. Top each drink with a few splashes of ginger ale, and add a few cranberries and rosemary sprigs for garnish. Enjoy!
 

Sample the Boise Centre Cranberry Ginger Fizz, courtesy of Boise Centre

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