Jump to Recipe Delightfully refreshing and subtly sweet, this blood orange gin fizz cocktail is perfect for a date night or party!Anyone in need of a gorgeous winter cocktail to brighten things up a bit? This is my favorite cocktail to make for Valentine’s Day because of its bright pink color! It’s refreshing, balanced, bright, and subtly sweet.And with the right kind of gin, oh so smooth.Blood oranges are in-season during the winter months so I like to take advantage of their gorgeous bright red color to make a fun, festive cocktail.
A gin fizz is easy to make with only a few ingredients.Its characteristic silky foam on top is what keeps me coming back for more.The blood orange simple syrup takes only 5 minutes to make and the cocktail itself takes only minutes.
The simple syrup does need 30-60 minutes to cool though so take that into account when planning.I’d recommend making the simple syrup ahead of time and then you can make the cocktails when your guests (or date!) arrive.Ingredients You’ll Need Notes on Ingredients Blood oranges: You’ll need 1 cup of blood orange juice so the number of oranges you need is based on their size.
Approximately 8 small blood oranges or 5-6 medium-large oranges should yield one cup.Gin: I’ve made this with a couple different brands but I thought Hendricks Gin made the better cocktail.Egg: You’ll need ONLY THE EGG WHITE (not the yolk) for this recipe.
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