Jazzing up a traditional cocktail is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a twist on a classic. A Southside is usually made with gin, lemon juice and syrup. Adding a hint of peppermint to the syrup gives the cocktail a wonderfully fresh flavour. Alternatively, you can also use lime juice instead of lemon juice and so give the cocktail an additional flavour.
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How it's done
Bring the water, sugar and mint to the boil in a pan. While still boiling hot, pour the syrup into a clean, warm bottle and fill to just below the rim, seal immediately, leave to cool.
Pour the gin, lemon juice and 3 tbsp of the peppermint syrup into a shaker, top up with ice cubes. Seal the shaker and shake well for approx. 30 secs. Pour the cocktail through a sieve into two glasses. Decorate the glasses with mint leaves.
|Note:||Store the remainder of the peppermint syrup in the fridge.|
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