AT HOME COCKTAILS: PINK GINGER

Are you missing your Friday night cocktails? So are we! In addition to the popular FoodSlut burgers you can now add our Pink Ginger Cocktail Kit to your order. These are the perfect addition to spice up your night in!


Foodslut was started by Jack Whitehall, his brother Barney Whitehall and friend Marcus Petty Saphon as a way to celebrate and share fun, delicious and ‘slutty’ recipes during lockdown. The food blog recently held their stay at home burger competition, which saw hundreds of entries and also raised funds for The Felix Project. The competition saw Jack cook along live on instagram with the likes of Jamie Redknapp, Gordon Ramsay and his parents, Michael and Hilary. The winners were judged by a panel including Gregg Wallace and Candice Brown.

We will be donating to The Felix Project who collect fresh, nutritious food around London that cannot be sold. They deliver this surplus food to charities and schools so they can provide healthy meals and help the most vulnerable in our society. Now more than ever the charity welcomes donations to help families during this period.

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Below we have listed a step by step guide to help you prepare the Pink Ginger Cocktails for you to enjoy with your household.

In your order:

* 250ml of Tequila, Rhubarb, Fresh Lime Mix
* Black Salt
* 2 x Dried Lime Wheels
* 1 x 200ml Fever Tree Ginger Ale

You will need to provide:

* Ice

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There are 3 different ways that you can enjoy this refreshing cocktail:

LONG PINK GINGER

1. Salt the rim of your glass
2. Fill the glass with ice
3. Pour the pink ginger mix over ice to 2/3rds
4. Top with ginger ale and garnish with the dried lime wheel

RHUBARB MARGARITA

(cocktail shaker preferable)

1. Salt the rim of your glass & fill with ice (large cubes preferable)
2. Pour half of the mix with a handful of ice into your cocktail shaker
3. Shake for 15 seconds and pour into the glass (discard the shaken ice)
4. Garnish with the dried lime wheel

FROZEN RHUBARB MARGARITA

(blender required)

1. Salt the rim of your glass
2. Pour the mix into a blender with a handful of ice (don't use too much as it will be watery)
3. Blend until desired consistency
4. Garnish with dried lime wheel

Don’t forget to tag @foodslut and @spooklondon. Enjoy!

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The ‘Pink Ginger’ Cocktail kits are available to buy from https://spook.slerp.com/order/....

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Thank you to everyone for your continued support and orders!