The only thing better than a delicious cocktail, is a delicious No-Waste Cocktail. All you need is a lemon, Martell Blue Swift, Cherry Heering, Maraschino Liquor, Sugar Syrup, Lemon Juice and Soda water for this Zero-Waste Lemon Cocktail.

ZERO-WASTE LEMON ZERO-WASTE LEMON COCKTAIL
ZERO-WASTE LEMON

ZERO-WASTE LEMON COCKTAIL

Ingredients:

  • 1.5 lemons
  • Fresh Lemon Juice (1/2 of a lemon)
  • 2cl Cherry Heering
  • 2cl Maraschino Liquor
  • 1cl Sugar syrup
  • Topper of Soda water
 

Process:

Cut up the entire lemon and do not peel it. Place your lemon slices s a blender with water and blend until it’s smooth. Pour your lemon mixture into an ice mould and put them into the freezer until they’ve become solid.

Once they’re frozen, pop them into a highball glass. Fill your glass with 4cl of Martell Blue Swift, the juice of half of a lemon, 2cl of Cherry Heering, 2cl of Maraschino Liquor, 1cl of sugar syrup, and top it all off with some soda water.

Cheers!

 

ZERO-WASTE LEMON Meet Max La Manna, A Zero-Waste Chef Who is Changing the Game

Meet Max La Manna, A Zero-Waste Chef Who is Changing the Game

This Swift Story highlights American zero-waste chef Max La Manna. More than just an award-winning chef, Max La Manna is a BBC star presenter and author of an award-winning cookbook that was voted the world’s second most sustainable cookbook. His cookbook, “More Plants Less Waste,” instructs readers on how to do everything from “upcycling” stale bread to making dishes using chickpea water. His punchy and colorful cuisine is the definition of feel-good food, which is as beneficial for the body as it is for the planet. 

ZERO-WASTE LEMON

For over 1,000 days, Max has eliminated his food waste to nearly zero. Packaging is reduced to nothing and food leftovers are saved, reused, or composted. Max La Manna stands out from other chefs in the way he boldly encourages more awareness around the food we put on our plate, where it comes from and what happens when we waste it.  The legacy Max leaves behind with his audacious cooking is to draw light to climate issues and reconsider the waste we create in our kitchens through innovative and practical recipes.

Cognac

Martell VS

A "VERY SPECIAL" HARMONY

BUY NOW