When Seedily launched as the first non-alcoholic spirit it opened up a whole new world of alcohol-free indulgence within the nightlife bars of hip cities and cozy restaurants nestled in the countryside.
Now there is a brand new business with a whole new range of Aperitifs awakening the appetite and starting off the senses for exquisite dinners and comforting gatherings called Aecorn Aperitifs.
In three distinct flavour profiles the Aperitifs that can be created range from classics like the Negroni to new creations like the Solstice and Midnight below. Dive into the alcohol-free magic of a pre-dinner delights:
S O L S T I C E / The Aperitif
I N G R E D I E N T S (per serving)
hand full of ice
150ml indian tonic water
50ml aecorn aromatic
1/2 lime, freshly juiced
1 pinch of cayenne pepper
Prepare over ice in a stemless wine glass.
Pour the fresh lime juice and the aecorn aromatic first, topping up with the tonic water.
Lastly add a pinch of cayenne pepper for some mild heat.
Add a slice of lime to each glass to finish off and serve immediately.
Optional: Use sugar to rim the glass before serving.
M I D N I G H T / The Coffee Cocktail
I N G R E D I E N T S (per 2 servings)
hand full of ice
20ml filtered coffee
50ml Aecorn aromatic
250ml ice cold milk
a pinch of cayenne pepper
dark bitter chocolate to top
Juice the satsuma and add to the cocktail shaker together with the egg white, the filtered coffee, the aecorn aromatic and the ice. Shake vigorously to cool the ingredients within the shaker to a perfect temperature. In a separate vessel, add a pinch of cayenne pepper to the milk and foam until stirdy.
Pour the mixed drink equally from the shaker into two glasses of your choosing and add the milk in equal parts. Top off with fresh chocolate sprinkles carved with a knife from the dark bitter chocolate.
Add half a slice of satsuma and serve ice-cold immediately preferably as a cozy midnight indulgence.
Optional: Treat it like a Latte Macchiato and pour the coffee very slowly into the centre to create layers.
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