Boozed + Infused

Infusing liqueurs at home with inspiring and seasonal ingredients

Mandarin Spice


Having recently filtered the Mandarin Gin, we were ready to try it in some cocktails!

Mandarin Spice

2 oz Mandarin Gin

1/2 TB Vermouth

1/2 TB Winter Spice Liqueur

Lemon peel garnish

Mix or shake liquid ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into chilled glasses, add lemon peel, and sip away.

If you don’t have Mandarin Gin, you could substitute another orangecello or orange liqueur that isn’t overly sweet. And the Winter Spice could probably be subbed with Angostura Bitters with a pleasant result.



Author: Alicia

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3 thoughts on “Mandarin Spice

  1. looks so refreshing…..:)

  2. that sounds delicious… and what are these fantastic little cocktail fishbowl dealies you have? i want them

    • the fishbowl dealies were a gift… but I think they just came from Target. I had looked a number of places and the only other place that I can remember that may have carried them was Crate & Barrel. They are a few years old, so I’m not sure it either place still has them.

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