Introducing the Baton Queen's Park Swizzle: a captivating and minty cocktail that will delight your taste buds. This refreshing libation combines the exquisite Mastrogiannis Baton Brandy with fresh mint and a touch of simple syrup, resulting in a harmonious fusion of flavors.
The Baton Queen's Park Swizzle is a testament to the art of mixology, where each ingredient plays a crucial role in crafting a memorable drink. The Mastrogiannis Baton Brandy brings its smooth texture and complex notes of caramel, dried fruit, and oak, providing a strong foundation for the cocktail.
To invigorate the palate, fresh mint leaves are added, releasing their aromatic oils and infusing the drink with a burst of freshness. This minty essence adds a vibrant and revitalizing element that perfectly complements the brandy's richness.
A drizzle of simple syrup is added to enhance the overall balance of the cocktail, lending a subtle sweetness without overpowering the other ingredients. The simplicity of the syrup allows the brandy and mint to shine through, ensuring a delightful and well-rounded flavor experience.
As you take a sip, you'll be greeted by a captivating medley of flavors—the warmth of the brandy, the invigorating freshness of the mint, and the subtle sweetness of the syrup. Each element works in harmony, creating a cocktail that is both delicious and refreshing.
The Baton Queen's Park Swizzle is the epitome of a perfect summer libation—a respite from the heat, a momentary escape into a world of flavor. Whether you're hosting a gathering or simply treating yourself, this minty delight is sure to leave a lasting impression on your palate. So raise your glass and indulge in the Baton Queen's Park Swizzle. Cheers to a sensational and mint-infused experience!
Yield: serves 1
- 2 oz Baton Brandy
- 0.75 oz fresh lime juice
- 0.5 oz simple syrup
- 4-10 mint leaves (plus extra for garnish)
- 3-5 dashes of Angostura bitters
- Add about 10 mint leaves to a tall glass. Gently press with a bar spoon. Add simple syrup, lime juice, and Baton Brandy to the glass. With your bar spoon in the glass, add crushed ice. "Swizzle" the drink until the glass is getting cold, and top it off with more ice. Add several dashes of bitters on the top and garnish with a fresh bouquet of mint.