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Author Notes: This gin cocktail contains oxymel, a mixture of vinegar and honey, infused with parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme. This recipe comes from Humberto Marques, a mixologist at Copenhagen's Curfew Cocktail.
This recipe makes one cocktail, but plenty of oxymel; save the leftovers to add to a different cocktail (or this same one, on a different occasion), a dip, a salad, or more. Marques uses a sous vide method, and so did we. However, he notes that the oxymel can also be made by blending all the ingredients together and refrigerating the concoction overnight. —Food52
Makes: 1 cocktail, about 1 liter of oxymel
Scarborough Fair Oxymel
liter acacia honey
milliliters apple cider vinegar
- Fill and preheat a SousVide to 104° F.
- Put all ingredients into a small cooking pouch, press out as much air as possible with your hands, and seal it on a vacuum machine.
- Submerge the pouch in the water oven and cook for 10-20 minutes or until the liquid has completely dissolved. Once or twice during the cooking process, remove the pouch from the water bath and massage it gently to help dissolve liquids.
- When the liquid has completely dissolved, remove the pouch from the water bath and quick-chill the liquid by submerging the pouch in an ice water bath for 10 minutes.
- Pour Oxymel into a clean bottle, cap tightly, label, and store in the refrigerator. Use up to 4 weeks.
- For the non-sous vide method, blend all the ingredients and filter/strain into a bottle. Keep in the fridge overnight before using.
Scarborough Fair Cocktail
milliliters oxymel (infused with parsley, sage , rosemary and thyme)
milliliters Tanqueray gin
milliliters apple & rosehip marmalade
milliliters freshly squeezed lemon juice
- Shake all ingredients together and strain into a cocktail glass.
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