This light and bright Elderflower Martini needs to go to the top of your must-make list. One sip and you will understand why it’s one of our most popular cocktail recipes!
You know we love our cocktails, right?
Though we have some hugely popular cocktails on Garnish with Lemon, like this Gin, Elderflower and Prosecco Cocktail and the Elderflower Margarita, this Elderflower Martini is one of our all-time favorite cocktails.
One sip of this mouthwatering cocktail and you will be on Team Elderflower, too.
Now don’t get freaked out by the fact that this cocktail has vodka and gin in the ingredients. Odd combination, I know, but it totally works.
Every time I have one, I am reminded of just how much I love this drink. It’s not too sweet, not too tart, just a perfect balance of flavors.
But the key to this Elderflower Martini is the homemade sweet and sour, and it is totally worth the extra work. Trust me on this one. You may never go back to the bottled mix again.
In fact, once you taste it in this drink, you’ll enjoy juicing those lemons and limes.
Another great thing about this martini? It’s easy to make a batch cocktail.
So if you are hosting a gathering for any occasion, hanging out with friends, or just because it’s the weekend, it always fits right in.
And we even made a video for you to show you just how easy it is to make. Check it out below!
This Elderflower Martini just might become your new go-to batch cocktail.
I’ll drink to that. Cheers!
Homemade Sweet and Sour Mix
- 1 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 1 cup freshly squeezed lime juice
- 1 3/4 cup simple syrup
- 1 ounce gin
- 1 ounce vodka
- 1 ounce Elderflower Liqueur
- 2 ounces homemade sweet and sour
- Lime wedges
To make the sweet and sour:
- Combine sweet and sour mix ingredients in a mason jar and shake to combine. Keep chilled until ready to use.
To make the martini:
- Pour gin, vodka, St. Germain and sweet and sour into a martini shaker filled with ice and shake vigorously to combine. Squeeze a wedge of lime into a martini glass and strain the contents of the shaker into the glass.
- Serve immediately.
The sweet and sour mix will keep for 2 weeks in the refrigerator.
Want another way to use elderflower? Try some of these yummy cocktails!
Elderflower Sangria- Wanderlust Kitchen
Peach Rose Sangria– Garnish with Lemon
Gin, Elderflower and Prosecco Cocktail– Garnish with Lemon
Earl Grey Elderflower Sparkler– Boulder Locavore
Vodka and Elderflower Lemonade– Garnish with Lemon