Flora Adora Clover Club
Rich, fruity and tart, the decadently cheeky HENDRICK’S FLORA ADORA Clover Club is a wickedly seductive cocktail of untamed curiosity.
- 50ml HENDRICK'S FLORA ADORA
- 25ml Lemon Juice, Freshly Squeezed
- 20ml Raspberry Juice
- 1 Egg White
How to make
- Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker and shake hard until well chilled.
- Double strain into a chilled coupe.
- Cocktail Parties & Scandalous Soirees
- The Cocktail Hour
- Moments of Exquisite Irrelevance
- Refreshing Summer Drinks
- Romantic night in
Make sure to shake without ice before shaking again to create a fluffy texture to your cocktail.
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people often ask us
Why is it called a Clover Club?
The Clover Club pre-dates Prohibition and takes its name from the Philadelphia men's club with which it shares a name
What does a Clover Club cocktail taste like?
It's been likened to a raspberry ice cream!
Can you leave out egg white in this cocktail?
Of course, it will just mean that the end result will not have as much body or froth.
A brief story
Gin can be traced back to the Middle Ages, with a spirit flavoured with Genever (the Dutch word for Juniper) referenced in a 13th Century Flemish manuscript. Like many spirits, gin was originally produced as a medicine to treat conditions such as dyspepsia and gout and was popularly drank by British soldiers fighting the Dutch in the 17th Century. It made its way to Britain in the early 18th Century, being produced as homebrew in many British homes.