Spring is a season of rebirth and renewal, and what better way to celebrate this time of year than with a cocktail? As the weather warms up and the flowers start to bloom, it’s the perfect time to experiment with new flavours and ingredients.
A really quick and easy way to make your cocktails stand out is to use edible flowers as a garnish for your drink. Spring is the season where flowers come alive and it great to incorporate this into your drinks. A brilliant Norfolk supplier of these tasty little treats is Nurtured in Norfolk, who supply produce to top restaurants all over the UK.
Here are three cocktails which Norwich Cocktail Class Supplier, VanVino recommend you try this spring:
The Mint Julep is a true classic cocktail. This refreshing drink is made with bourbon, sugar, water, and fresh mint. The Mint Julep is a perfect way to welcome spring and is especially popular with our guests when we are running our bar services for weddings in Norfolk and Suffolk. If you are attending a wedding at Glebe Farm Barn in Norfolk this spring keep an eye out for it on our menu.
A VanVino favourite, The Aperol Spritz. An Italian cocktail that’s perfect for spring. This light and refreshing drink is made with Aperol, Prosecco, and soda water. It’s garnished with a slice of orange and served with lots of ice.
The Paloma is a popular Mexican cocktail and we are serving more and more of these at weddings. This refreshing drink is made with tequila, grapefruit soda, and lime juice. It’s traditionally served over ice and is garnished with a slice of grapefruit. The Paloma makes a great alternative to the classic Margarita.
If you would like to learn more about cocktails then why not book a VanVino cocktail making class.