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10 6 / 2013

I swear I have had this idea for a 1920’s Aviation Cocktail-inspired ice cream/sorbet for ages, long before the Gatsby movie hype. I have attempted to make this ice cream 3 times this week, tweaking the recipe until I arrived at this version here, which is is basically a Juniper Ice Cream with lemon, gin, violet and maraschino flavors. The liquors I used were Bombay Sapphire Gin and Rothman & Winter: Creme de Violette,  and because I couldn’t bring myself to spend $18- $25 on a jar of (addictive) Luxardo Maraschino Cherries I decided to make my own following this homemade Maraschino Cherry recipe (#5). 
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This recipe is loosely adapted from Scoop Adventures’ Gin & Tonic ice cream. 

I swear I have had this idea for a 1920’s Aviation Cocktail-inspired ice cream/sorbet for ages, long before the Gatsby movie hype. I have attempted to make this ice cream 3 times this week, tweaking the recipe until I arrived at this version here, which is is basically a Juniper Ice Cream with lemon, gin, violet and maraschino flavors. The liquors I used were Bombay Sapphire Gin and Rothman & Winter: Creme de Violette,  and because I couldn’t bring myself to spend $18- $25 on a jar of (addictive) Luxardo Maraschino Cherries I decided to make my own following this homemade Maraschino Cherry recipe (#5). 

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This recipe is loosely adapted from Scoop Adventures’ Gin & Tonic ice cream

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