Serves: The Plum, I Suppose & Citrus Soda
The Plum, I Suppose captures plum kernel’s marzipan high notes and the fruit’s nuanced sweetness. Bring out the brightness of this spirit with citrus soda in this refreshing serve.
2 parts* The Plum, I Suppose
3 parts white grapefruit or other citrus soda
Pinch of dulse seaweed
Pour the spirit in a glass over ice
Top up with citrus soda and mix
Garnish with dulse seaweed
*We recommend using around 50ml spirit and 75ml of mixer, depending on individual preferences. We also suggest using larger ice cubes to delay dilution.
Recipe by R+D
THE PLUM, I SUPPOSE
THE PLUM, I SUPPOSE€63,00
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Releases: The Plum, I Suppose
We set out to make a spirit based on plum kernel. Plum kernels lie within the pits of all plums. They have a rich fragrance, fruity top notes, and marzipan undertones. In both appearance and taste, they most closely resemble almonds. We get ours from the Stanley variety of plums, known for its plump, dark blue-skinned fruit with yellow flesh.
Events: Empirical End of Year Glögg Blowout
Come and join us for some festive fun at Empirical Saturday 14th December. Lars is making his famous glögg, from a family recipe, and our favourite baker, Louise Bannon of Tir Bakery, is on the æbleskiver pans.