Kirstin: Allora. Qui siamo in Italia. Enough Italian, how about gimlet? It sounds very Arthurian, doesn’t it? Like the Green Knight. What is a gimlet?
Simon: I have a gimlet. You use it to make holes before you put screws in. You are gimlet-eyed if you have a narrow-eyed look.
Kirstin: Like the death stare? Like this?
Simon: Er… yes.
Tom: It was essentially a mojito, but with vodka instead of rum. What did you all think?
Simon: It was very limey.
Cristiana (while taking a picture of the peach recipe): Lovely! I’ve had mojitos in my youth. I can’t remember the last one I had. Maybe it was eight years ago. But I can’t really tell you the difference.
Kirstin: I thought it was nicer and cleaner than a mojito. I’ll definitely be making that one again. It felt easier than a mojito. But I don’t normally make them. You make them for me, Tom!
Tom: This was easy to make because there was a wonderful machine that juiced all the limes.
Jenny: It was sharp and decisive! Like a gimlet!
Gianni: Era buonissimo! Davvero.
Simon: Of course, a screwdriver is another cocktail.
Tom: Are there other tools that are also cocktails? Continue reading ““Fresh Green Gimlet” and “Mint Julep Peaches” from “Forever Summer”. With pici made by Cristiana”