Our Gin and Tonic Cocktails

The Bee’s Knees

 

A sweet & sour GinTonic cocktail, beautiful to enjoy right as the sun goes down to continue those sunny vibes.

Ingredients:

Method: Shake all ingredients with ice for 10 seconds. Double Strain the liquid into the other half of the shaker and empty the ice. Dry shake for another 10 seconds and pour into the coupette.

Garnish: Orange twist

Raspberry Collins

Cool off with a lockdown #cocktail– and help #wildlife! Rustle up this delicious Raspberry Collins using a recipe from our generous partners

Ingredients:

Garnish: Sprig of mint

Glassware: High ball

Method: Place the gin, lemon juice, sugar syrup into a shaker. Shake well and strain into a high ball glass filled with ice. Top with soda and garnish with a sprig of mint.

Lemon Balm Smash

Designed by our team to celebrate our love of gardening, we’d like to introduce our Lemon Balm Smash: a real show-stopper cocktail, perfect for parties. 

Ingredients:

Garnish:

A sprig of Lemon Balm or Lemon Verbena

Method:

Muddle a few sprigs of fresh Lemon Balm with 50ml Warner’s Lemon Balm Gin. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and add 15ml lemon juice and 15ml sugar syrup. Shake all the ingredients together and double strain into a Coupette. Garnish with a sprig of lemon balm or lemon verbena, and enjoy!

White Lady Of Harrington

A variation of the classic ‘sour’ style cocktail, the White Lady was first recorded by Harry Craddock (one of the Savoy’s most prolific Head Bartenders) who references it in his 1930’s Savoy Cocktail Book, so we do know it has great heritage.  We love it because our very own Falls Farm is notoriously haunted by a restless, once murderous- now guilt ridden lady of the manor – known locally as the ‘White Lady of Harrington‘.

Ingredients:

Garnish: Lemon twist and optional edible flower.

Glassware: Coupette.

Method: Shake all ingredients together with ice and pour into coupette glass, straining out the ice.

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Rhubarb Sour

The sour is a classic style of cocktail that can be made with pretty much any spirit. Using our Warner’s Rhubarb Gin however changes the complexity of the drink completely. The lemon and sugar create a sherbet like flavour with a burst of rhubarb coming through. The addition of the egg white will give the drink a smoother more rich texture. With angostura bitters and our vibrant pink gin, this cocktail really is a showstopper.

Ingredients:

Garnish: Lemon twist.

Glassware: Coupette.

Method: Shake all ingredients together with ice for 10 seconds. Double strain into the other half of the shaker and empty the ice. Dry shake for another 10 seconds and pour into a Coupette, garnish with 1 fresh raspberry.

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