Some cocktails require a little pre-planning, but usually they’re the kind of mixes that are worth the wait.

Take the Paloma Rosa, the invention of Prince of York bar manager Reece Griffiths. Based on the traditional Mexican Paloma, this cocktail infuses Don Julio Blanco Tequila with strawberry and jalapeno. After a couple of days, it’s ready.

In the video above, learn how to make the deceptively simple Paloma Rosa. The secret? Combining pink rose-leaf tea and pink Murray River salt flakes for a rosy, salty rim.

This article is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with Don Julio. Drink responsibly.