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Get your Olympic Opening Ceremony party off on the right foot with this zesty 'golden' cocktail, created for the 2012 Games by the Corinthia Hotel in London.

INGREDIENTS

25ml Bombay Dry gin 1761

15ml Martini "Gold" vermouth

15ml freshly squeezed white grapefruit juice

10ml gomme syrup

1 dash home-made bitters

Top up with Champagne

METHOD

1. Shake ingredients together, serve in flute glass and top up with Champagne.

2. Garnish with an edible rose petal sprinkled with gold flakes and a white grapefruit zest.

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