SOUTHSIDE - A Gin based Sour... with a twist!

SOUTHSIDE - A Gin based Sour... with a twist!

13th May 2020

Ink Gin is a premium dry gin made with 13 organic botanicals, including a mix of traditional and Australian natives. This includes petals of the butterfly pea flower, to give Ink Gin its distinctive colour. Butterfly pea flowers are highly sensitive to pH, so when you mix it with something of low pH (including tonic water, lime or lemon), the colour changes before your eyes from blue to blush pink!

Named after the south side of Chicago and one of Al Capone’s favourite cocktails, the Southside is delicious, fresh and simple to mix. Try it with this easy recipe...

Ingredients

  • 60ml Ink Gin
  • 30ml lime juice
  • 20ml simple syrup
  • Mint leaves

Method

Shake gin, juice and syrup, plus mint leaves, in a shaker with ice. Double strain into a coupe glass and float a mint leaf on top to garnish. 

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