Clover Club is a classic gin-based cocktail with raspberry syrup, lemon juice, and egg white. It is sweet, tart, and frothy, and is often served in a coupe glass with a garnish of raspberry or lemon twist.
Clover Club recipe
Dry shake ingredients to emulsify, add ice, shake and served straight up.
Steps to make a Clover Club drink:
In a cocktail shaker, add 4.5cl of gin, 1.5cl of lemon juice, 1.5cl of raspberry syrup, and 1 egg white or 20 ml aquafaba or 4 drop cocktail foamer.
Dry shake the ingredients to emulsify them. (This means shaking the ingredients without ice).
Add ice to the shaker.
Shake the mixture vigorously for about 10-15 seconds, until the outside of the shaker gets frosty.
Strain the mixture into a chilled cocktail glass.
Serve it straight up.
Optionally, garnish with a raspberry or lemon twist.
Enjoy your Clover Club drink!
One alcohol-free alternative to the famous cocktail, Clover Club, is a mocktail made with fresh ingredients such as raspberries or strawberries, fresh lime juice, egg white, and simple syrup or honey. This mocktail is a refreshing, tart and mildly sweet drink, and could be served with a garnish of fresh berries or a lime wheel. The addition of the egg white provides extra frothiness to the drink, which resembles the texture of the original Clover Club cocktail. Another non-alcoholic option could be a fruity blend of pomegranate and cranberry juices, mixed with fresh lemon and lime juice and topped with club soda, creating a tangy and bubbly drink. This alternative to Clover Club provides a flavorful and fun way to enjoy a mocktail, without sacrificing taste and creativity.