Jasmine tea, rosemary, and the elderflower-infused liqueur St-Germain are just a few of the deliciously sophisticated ingredients you’ll find in this crowd-pleasing punch created by award-winning mixologist Hillary Choo, who most recently worked at The Bazaar by Jose Andres at the SLS Hotel in South Beach, Miami. “The tea adds an extra layer of depth and flavor and really enhances the floral notes in the St-Germain liqueur," says Choo. “Add a rosemary sprig to the cocktail glass—it looks so pretty and the scent is amazing.” Easy to make and super festive, it’s the ideal brew for a Galentine’s Day gathering of friends.
Elderflower and Rosemary Punch
Serves: 8 to 10
1 cup gin (like Bombay Sapphire)1 cup elderflower liqueur (like St-Germain)½ cup fresh lemon juice4 cups freshly brewed jasmine tea10 dashes orange bitters8 rosemary sprigs
1. Combine all ingredients in a punch bowl and stir well with plenty of ice to chill. Ladle into punch glasses or rocks glasses