Strawberry Vanilla Split

The Strawberry Vanilla Split is a self-explanatory drink. It comes with the flavor of strawberry, vanilla, and passion fruit. It is a beautiful, timeless summer cocktail. Who doesn't love strawberries and vanilla? We love it, so we serve it.

Source: The recipe is a riff on an existing recipe with different ingredients.

ingredients

  • 50 ml
    Licor 43 (Liqueurs)
  • 10 ml
    Giffard Vanille de Madagascar (Liqueurs)
  • 100 ml
    Passion Fruit Juice Klindworth (passion fruit juice)
  • 30 ml
    Strawberry Puree Ponthier (strawberry puree)
  • 20 ml
    lemon juice fresh (lemon juice)
how to mix:
Pour all ingredients into the chilled serving glass. Add crushed ice. Stir for about 10 seconds. Add crushed ice. Add your garnish.
garnish:
1x mint sprigs
Place the sprig inside the glass.
An orange-colored cocktail served in a beer-tasting glass with a mint sprig and straw inside.
Image: original
Timo Wessels
Rights: Creator
Copyright: Copyright

beverage details

featured

bar technique:
Build, Stir
equipment:
bar spoon, jigger
glassware:
Barrel Aged Glass Craft Beer
garnish:
mint sprigs

characteristics

variation:
Tiki
style:
Fancy, Sweet, Tropical
occasion:
Citrus Sunshine, Holiday Cheer, Midnight Magic
Color:

aroma chart

  • Fruity
  • Alc. Strength
  • Sour
  • Finish
  • Sweetness
aroma:
Lemon, Passion Fruit, Strawberry, Vanilla
texture:
delicate, fresh, lively

detailed mixing instructions

  1. Prepare your bottle setup.
  2. Prepare your bottle setup.
  3. Prepare your garnish.
  4. Pour all ingredients into the serving glass.
  5. Stir for about 5 seconds.
  6. Add crushed ice.
  7. Stir for about 10 seconds.
  8. Add crushed ice.
  9. Add your garnish.
  10. Clean up your working station.

mixing tips

garnish

  • Always use fresh herbs for the garnish.

mise en place

  • Keep all equipment and ingredients within range.

editor recipe notes

The Strawberry Vanilla Split reminds me of the days when I was starting to learn about making cocktails. We went for some happy hours at the young age of 18, of course, the legal age of drinking alcohol. So we had to decide mostly between a Caipirinha, a Cuba Libre, a Mojito, or a Vanilla Split. The issue was that it was mainly too sweet on the palate. So we fixed this issue with our version. We are using fresh lemon juice and bottled passion fruit juice for the acidity. We use a high-quality fruit puree instead of a fruit syrup for the strawberry flavor. You can use a syrup, but then again, you need to balance out the sweetness. The vanilla flavor comes from the vanilla liqueur and the lovely Likör 43.

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