Butterfly Collins

delicious vodka-based drink with a hint of berries and botanical touch

delicious vodka-based drink with a hint of berries and botanical touch

  • 1,5 oz Finlandia Botanical Wildberry & Rose
  • 1 dash Chambord
  • 1 oz lemon juice
  • 1/2 oz simple syrup
  • soda

HOW TO MIX

  • Step One:

    Chill the shaker and fill the Highball glass with ice

  • Step Two:

    Pour a shot of Finlandia Botanical Wildberry & Rose into the shaker, followed by Chambord, lemon juice and simple syrup

  • Step Three:

    Shake and strain to the Highball glass and top up with soda

  • Step Four:

    Mix with a spoon and garnish with berries & lemon twist

KIPPIS!

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