Where summer and winter meet: in a dark alley with a bottle of gin.

.5oz pH blackberry sage syrup
1.5 oz gin
.75 oz lilet rouge
2 dashes pH Grapefruit Bitters
.5 oz fresh lime
soda water
3 sage leaves
3 blackberries

Shaken, strained, served in a coupe. 

Blackberry sage syrup was originally developed for a dessert called the Wise Guy – imagine a sweet almond crepe filled with vanilla pastry cream and topped with fresh blackberries, fried sage and blackberry sage syrup. (Yeah, it's delicious.) We liked the syrup so much that we began incorporating it in many of our crafty cocktails, like the Midnight Smash.

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