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Pink Rock Collins

Pink Rock Collins

Serves: 1

Preparation time: 10 mins

What You Need

Three fresh raspberries

25ml or 50ml London Gin (the choice is yours)

Plenty of ice

Rocks Pink Lemonade

1 lemon

What You Do

- Take one tumbler or hi-ball glass and three fresh raspberries in the bottom muddle (give it a light bash with a muddling stock or the end of a rolling pin), then add 25ml or 50ml of London Gin depending on preference.

- Add ice almost to the top then pour Rocks Pink Lemonade to the top.

- Stir through, dragging the muddled fruit to the top. Garnish with a flamed lemon rind (hold piece of rind over hob to burn it slightly and release its oils), or just a wedge of lemon squeezed over the top, rind side down, to release the lemon oils onto the surface of the drink.

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