When kiwi fruit are in season, and the weather is warm, you might want to try making this kiwi cocktail.
I am finding new and innovative ways to work with kiwi fruit. Some have been amazingly successful and others not so much. Yesterday I made some kiwi chips using my crisp maker and even though they tasted good, they did not look good! I slightly
caramelized burnt the centres of each little crisp. I also attempted a ceviche, but I was not happy with the result. I then decided to make a cocktail. I am not much of a cocktail drinker but I would happily drink this again, maybe with a few variations as kiwi fruit is so good for you. Using fruit or vegetables in cocktails is not a new concept and you will see how I used cucumber here to make a cocktail.
What fruit do you like in your cocktails?
- 1 kiwi fruit
- 25 mls cream
- 10 g honey
- 25 mls apple sours
- 25 mls vodka
- Muddle the kiwi, cream and honey in a cocktail shaker
- Add the apple sours and vodka and mix
- Pour into a martini glass and serve straight away
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Disclosure: I have been provided with 28 kiwi fruit to take part in this challenge as well as the give aways. This post is in line with my blogging policy.
What I blogged:
- one year ago – Cream Cheese Pastry
- two years ago – Pasta with Prawns
- three years ago – Something Sweet Challenge
19 thoughts on “Kiwi Cocktail | Made With Vodka”
As I don’t really like the taste of Kiwi I’ll not be having those. But some years ago I had lavender and litchi cocktails and kept wanting to go back for more.
That is so interesting – I could get into that!
I absolutely LOVE the combination of ingredients you have used here. I reckon I could drink several of these cocktails, no problem 😉 Great recipe.
Make sure you are at home and on the couch first 😉
Sounds great and looks so pretty too!
Thanks Chica 🙂
I love the sound of this and yes when all fails, then go with a cocktail! 😀
Cocktails are always a good idea 😉
I love any cocktail with mango, peach, or mint!
I shall have to make a peach cocktail soon for you then!
I love to spin fruit with spirits but making an infusion of concord grapes with rum has been one of my favorite.
That sounds like a winner indeed!
Delicious fruity cocktail! What’s there not to love about this. yum!
Thanks Asmita 🙂
looks lovely Tandy
Thank you Usha 🙂
Think I love you now! What a superb drink for grown ups! MMMMMMM! I can’t wait to try it out!
A very grown up drink – and I have one more up my sleeve!