Delicious Gin Cocktails

Delicious Gin Cocktails

21st May 2019

The recent resurgence of Gin isn't a surprise with the versatility it offers it's drinkers. The juniper berry and botanicals blend give Gin a flavour profile unlike other liquors and the flavours differ between brands. Gin has been the foundation for some of the most famous cocktails created including the iconic Martini. Check out some of our top recommendations for Gin cocktails to try below. 

Gin Bramble

Ingredients

  • 45mL Tanqueray No. 10 London Dry Gin 
  • 15mL Chambord
  • 30mL Fresh Lemon or lime Juice
  • 15mL Sugar Syrup (1:1)

Method

  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice
  2. Add the Gin, juice & sugar syrup
  3. Shake & strain over fresh ice
  4. Float the Chambord on top
  5. Garnish with a blackberry or lemon/lime twist

Blood Orange Negroni

Ingredients

  • 30mL Tanqueray No. 10 London Dry Gin or Tann's Premium Gin
  • 30mL Dry Red Vermouth
  • 20mL Aperol
  • Top with Blood Orange Soda

Method

  1. Fill an old fashioned glass with ice
  2. Add all ingredients to glass and stir
  3. Garnish with an orange twist and slice of blood orange

Southside Fizz

Ingredients

  • 60mL Tanqueray London Dry Gin
  • 22.5ml Fresh Lemon Juice
  • 22.5ml Simple Syrup (1:1)
  • 6-8 Mint Leaves
  • Dash of Soda

Method

  1. Combine all ingredients except soda in cocktail shaker
  2. Shake with ice
  3. Strain into a high ball over fresh ice
  4. Garnish with mint sprig

Grapefruit Cooler

Ingredients

  • 45mL Bombay Sapphire Gin
  • 20mL Fresh Lime Juice
  • 15mL Sugar Syrup (1:1)
  • 45mL Soda water or lemonade
  • Grapefruit

Method

  1. Mix the grapefruit in your glass or a separate container
  2. Add Bombay Sapphire Gin, fresh lime juice and sugar syrup
  3. Shake and double strain over fresh ice into a glass
  4. Top with a dash of soda water or lemonade
  5. Garnish with a grapefruit wedge

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