Version of the Aviation cocktail: Arbriation

Version of the Aviation cocktail: Arbriation with Gin L’Arbre

Version of the Aviation cocktail: Arbriation by Jaime Bernabé

Arbriation is a version of the Aviation cocktail, cocktail first published in 1916 by Hugo Ensslin, in his book “Recipe for mix drinks”. This version of aviation is a creation of our collaborator Jaime Bernabé. He use Gin L’Arbre, which gives rise to its versionized name. We complete it with Violet Liqueur and triple sec liqueur. Explosion of aromas. #TeichennéFamily

Arbriation recipe:

  • 4’5cl Gin L’Arbre
  • 1’5cl Violet liqueur
  • 1’5 Triple sec liqueur
  • 1cl liquid sugar (optional to increase the sweet)

Preparation of Arbriation: “Shake” all the ingredients, serve it in a cocktail glass and garnish with lemon peel.

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