If we're going to make a matcha green tea cocktail, this is the first recipe we turn to: The Mizuba Matcha Gimlet.
The juniper notes of the gin smooth into the lime, ends oh-so-satisfyingly on a bubbly matcha burst!
Enjoy our twist on the classic, made with 100%, pure & organic, stone-ground Mizuba Matcha!
2 oz London Dry Gin
3 oz Matcha simple syrup (recipe below)
1 half lime
Combine 2 ounces London Dry Gin with 3 ounces Mizuba simple syrup, and the juice of half a lime.
Fill a 12 oz halfway with ice. Pour the mixture over ice, and top with sparkling water!
Stir, and garnish with a slice of lime.
Matcha Simple Syrup
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1 teaspoon 100g Culinary Organic Mizuba Matcha
Combine all ingredients into a tightly sealed jar (such as a mason jar). Shake vigorously until completely dissolved.
Store in the refrigerator.
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