A Stump in the Grove

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A Stump in the Grove

This delicious gin cocktail balances the bitterness of Amaro and the punch of lime juice with the sweetness of the homemade winter-spiced tea

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      This cocktail video was filmed in Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada using locally produced Stump Coastal Forest Gin.    Cathedral Grove is a 157-acre stand of ancient Douglas Fir trees located 25km west of Qualicum beach which draws visitors from around the world.

      Stump in the Grove Ingredients:

      • 1.5 oz (45 ml) Stump Coastal Forest Gin
      • 0.75 oz (22.5 ml) Woods Amaro Bitter Liqueur
      • 0.75 oz (22.5 ml) Lime juice
      • 0.75 oz (22.5 ml) Sweet Winter-Spiced Tea

      Serve on the rocks, garnished with Grand Fir tip and rimmed with Grand Fir tip infused sea salt

      This gin cocktail was created in Cathedral Grove on beautiful Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

      How to Make Sweet Winter-Spiced Tea

      Add a handful of cinnamon, juniper berries, star anise, clove, and allspice mixed with equal parts sugar and water. Simmer all of these ingredients together for 20 minutes.

      Steps

      1
      Done

      Make the Grand Fir Tip Infused Sea Salt

      Collect Grand Fir tips (the young tips taste like pineapple), pick off the young needles and grind them with sea salt using a mortar and pestle

      2
      Done

      Make the Sweet Winter-Spiced Tea

      Add a handful of cinnamon, juniper berries, star anise, clove, and allspice to a pot and mix with equal parts sugar and water (depending on how much you need). Boil and then simmer all of these ingredients together for 20 minutes. And then let cool.

      3
      Done

      Rim the Glass

      Rim your rocks glass with the Grand Fir tip infused sea salt

      4
      Done

      Add Ingredients and Shake

      Add your ice, gin, Amaro, lime juice, and sweet winter spiced tea to your cocktail shaker. Shake well and strain over ice.

      5
      Done

      Garnish

      Garnish with Grand Fir tip sprig

      the Barman

      Reese Richards aka "the Barman" is a 20-year veteran of the bar industry and founder of BarsandBartending.com. His goal is to bring the joy of bartending to as many people around the world as possible. He accomplishes this by producing high quality content in the form of articles, interviews, infographics, recipes, videos and training courses as well as through his bar consulting business. You can find him online here or connect with him on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest & Instagram

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