With the world's best gin at our disposal, we're always coming
up with fantastic new ways to enjoy it. You can use the box above
to search our cocktail recipes by ingredient, by mixer or by name,
or you can simply scroll through and see what takes your fancy.
Some are classic cocktails, some are classics with a twist and some
are totally new.
While it's never quite the same, Cava or any decent dry sparkling wine will do at a push.
Sliced, wedged, juiced, or peeled, lemons and limes are
exceptionally handy things to have around. Bags of frozen berries
are also great, as they're easy to store and will happily moonlight
as ice cubes in appropriate drinks.
A bit fiddly? Maybe. Absolutely necessary? Not always. However,
in our experience, a simple garnish can really elevate a drink and
show your guests that they're about to experience something
Although this is a useful thing to have, don't worry if you find yourself without. As a rule, one teaspoon of caster sugar is a good substitute for 20ml of sugar syrup.
A delightful way to describe what is, essentially, the simple
act of gently squashing some ingredients together in the bottom of
a glass, usually with sugar.
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