<![CDATA[When you live in a ski resort you celebrate the snow…like every teeny tiny snowflake. If the rest of the country wants to send their snow to us, go right ahead. We are eager takers! With the love of snow & winter it makes sense to create recipes that taste like the crisp, coolness one finds in the mountains. Mountain pine trees are not only beautiful, but pine flavor is amazing in this cocktail. Last year I created Mountain Pine Ice Cream & it was a huge hit…this cocktail is sure to please too! That ice cream was soooo good. A cocktail was the obvious next step with my Pine syrup. You can make your own pine syrup or purchase the one I have by Dram Apothecary, that I love. As you know I’m on a short break from skiing right now. My knee MRI has been read & the first conclusion is a piece from my first surgery 2 years ago has come loose (gasp) Today I will learn what actions we will take & I hope to take this thing out stat!! I would LOVE to ski more before the season closes next month. One of my favorite little tree runs is Silver Tip… Isn’t it gorgeous?! It’s a double blue, intermediate run located off of Telluride’s lift 5. It’s a perfect run if you are just learning how to ski trees. There’s lots of space for you to navigate. So what do you need for a Silver Tip Martini…. You need some gin & tonic water. And Pine Syrup. That’s all! Pour the gin & tonic into a chilled martini glass. Carefully pour in a tablespoon of pine syrup and your cocktail is a go! The syrup will sink to the bottom of the gas which will make it very pretty to look at and even better to taste. Enjoy your weekend & please drink responsibly. xo [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:503] Martini Recipe Links…
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9 thoughts on “Silver Tip Martini”
Beautiful photos! You’ve definitely gotten our snow this year 🙂
Oops 😉 xx
Refreshing and fragrant! I love the addition of pine syrup.
Thanks Rosa! It definitely ups the game for a gin & tonic 🙂 xx
So pretty and the name is perfection! Love that hit of refreshing pine!
Wonderful photos accompanied by a wonderful martini, this post got it all! 😉
Thank you Lily!!
What a great recipe. You’re photos are so creative. I hope everything goes well with your knee and you get to ski again before the season comes to an end. Pinning this stunning cocktail!
Thanks so much for the well wishes Jennie! Gotta say this was a super fun photo shoot!!