Spring into action with a pink cocktail for Mother’s Day and Easter.
It’s Mother’s Day on 19 March closely followed by Easter on 9 April. Whether you’re treating your mother or arranging a gathering at Easter, now is the perfect excuse for an elegant cocktail. Put your guests in the pink with a delicious Kwai Feh Lychee Liqueur cocktail. And if you needed a further pretext for a beautiful cocktail, it’s also Cherry Blossom Day on 27 March, reminiscent of all things pink and pretty.
Packaged in its pretty pink bottle, this also makes for a delightfully different gift for cocktail lovers. Of course, if you are a mother wishing for something other than an Easter egg, simply drop a hint about this rather fine potential gift. Kwai Feh Lychee Liqueur is available at Ocado or Amazon for around RRP £25.50.
This contemporary liqueur is low in alcohol at 20% ABV so is a perfect ingredient for light Spring cocktails. If you’re serving a crowd, you can keep it simple. Just a shot of Kwai Feh topped with lemonade is delicious.
One of the newest trends is for martinis that are enlivened by unusual ingredients and Kwai Feh is the ingredient you need. If you’re entertaining in style, create this Lychee Martini:
Recipe for The Kwai Feh Lychee Martini
A lychee fruit (they’re in season now)
25 ml Kwai Feh Lychee Liqueur
50 ml Vodka
25ml Lychee juice
10ml Sugar syrup
15ml White vermouth
10ml Lychee syrup
To garnish: one whole lychee
Muddle one lychee in a shaker. Add plenty of cubed ice followed by the remaining ingredients. Fine strain into a martini glass. Garnish with the whole lychee and lime peel.
It’s one of the newest inventions from one of the world’s oldest companies- 325-year-old De Kuyper – so you know it’s a trusted product.
As we crave ever more exotic and enticing cocktail ingredients, Kwai Feh is an exciting discovery enabling you to create cocktails at home that are worthy of a top bar. The liqueur captures the essence of fresh lychee juice. Named after Lady Yang Kwai Feh, it is sweet and elegant, without being overly sugary in taste. It adds a richly exotic, contemporary taste note to martinis and fruit-based cocktails.