World Gin Day
To celebrate this joyous occasion we looked far and wide to pair some of our favorite gin cocktails with bar carts.
Combine 1 oz Hendrick’s Gin, 1/4 oz St. Germain Elderflower liqueur, and 3 oz club soda in a Collins glass filled with ice.
Garnish with cucumber slices.
A delightfully modern and refreshing twist on the Tom Collins
Combine 1.5 oz Hendrick’s Gin, ¾ oz Domaine De Canton ginger liqueur, and ½ oz fresh lemon juice in a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
Strain over Collins glass filled with ice, top with 3 oz club soda and a lemon wedge
Combine 2.5 oz London dry gin and .5 oz dry vermouth with ice in a
mixing glass or cocktail shaker
Stir or shake and strain into a couple glass
Garnish with 1 lemon twist or 1-3 olives
Gin and Tonic
Fill a highball glass with ice
Rub a wedge of lime around rim of glass
Add 1.5 oz London dry gin, lime wedge, and top with tonic
Do not stir
Back in Fashion
Fill an old-fashioned glass with ice
In a mixing glass or shaker, combine 1.5 oz each of gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth
Stir or shake and pour into rocks glass
Garnish with an orange wheel
Fill a chilled collins glass with ice
Combine 2 oz Old Tom style gin, ¾ oz fresh lemon juice, ½ oz simple syrup, and ice cubes in a cocktail shaker
Shake to combine, then add 2 oz chilled club soda or seltzer to shaker (do not shake again)
Strain into collins glass, twist a lemon peel over the surface and drop in
Ramos Gin Fizz
Chill 2 champagne flutes or coupes
Combine 2 oz. gin. 1 oz cream, 1 raw egg white (use pasteurized), .5 oz simple syrup, .5 oz lime juice, .5 oz lemon juice in a blender (recommended) or cocktail shaker
Add 1 flute or coupe-full of ice to blender; double ice if using a shaker
Blend 30-40 seconds or shake 5-10 mins until mixture is silky
Add .25 oz orange-flower water or soda and pour into champagne glasses
Combine 1.5 oz London dry gin, 1 oz Cointreau, ¾ oz fresh lemon juice, 1 tsp simple syrup, and 1 egg white (optional but worth it) in a cocktail shaker and shake until egg white is frothy (if using) or mixture is combined.
Add ice to fill shaker and shake again until chilled
Strain into chilled cocktail glass
Top with club soda
Garnish with lime spiral and little umbrella
Fill a collins glass with ice
Combine 2 oz London dry gin, 2 oz cherry liquor, ¼ oz Benedictine, ½ oz Cointreau, 2 oz pineapple juice, ¾ oz fresh lime juice and Angostura bitters in a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
Combine and strain into collins glass and top with pineapple or your preferred tropical fruit.
Combine 1.5 oz gin and .5 oz Rose’s lime juice in a shaker with ice and
Shake until chilled and strain into a martini glass or old-fashioned glass filled with ice
Drop a lime wedge into the drink and serve