19. August 2015, Editorial

As a company that always provides for the right emotions, it’s only natural for MAXFIVE to also have its very own cocktail. A flavored gin infusion refined with 4 other ingredients. A taste that stands out and is definitely a must-try.

Admittedly, preparing a cocktail 5-7 days ahead of drinking it is a little unusual. But with the MAXFIVE Fusion the effort is totally worth it – also because the combination of flavors such as lavender, rose petals and juniper is a really special one. Once the gin infusion is done, the cocktail is practically ready – no cocktail shaker or any other special equipment is needed.

The MAXFIVE Fusion is a drink for all 5 senses:


  • SEE: the subtle blush pink color and the dried rose petals are truly a treat for your eye
  • SMELL: lavender and rose petals within the infused gin create a unique aroma
  • TOUCH: the chilled glass has an extra refreshing effect on your fingertips
  • HEAR: the sparkling of the frizzante and the tonic water provide a highlight, just like the slight cracking of the ice cubes when the drink is served
  • TASTE: well, this one speaks for itself

Do the MAXFIVE Gin Infusion

With infused gin you can easily create your own gin variation by adding fruits, spices, and herbs.Here’s how to make the MAXFIVE infused gin with lavender and rose petals:


  • Put 700 ml gin into a jar
  • Add 3 tablespoons of organic lavender
  • Add 3 tablespoons of organic rose petals
  • Stir and then seal the jar

Leave the infused gin for 5-7 days in a dark and cool place, stir occasionally. Then strain the gin through a sieve or coffee filter.


Tip: It keeps in the fridge for a couple of weeks.

Mix the MAXFIVE Fusion

  • Fill glass with ice
  • Add 2,5 cl infused gin
  • Add 1,5 cl of freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • Add 1,5 cl of violet syrup
  • Fill up with 3 cl of frizzante
  • Stir and add more ice if needed
  • Add 2 cl of tonic
  • Add dried organic rose petals
  • Put a straw into the glass and stir
  • Enjoy the MAXFIVE Fusion
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