Cocktails are fun. But did you know cocktails have history? Read on to find out how to make your favourite gin cocktails and learn more about their history. Discover new recipes and experiment with the world of gin cocktails.
Celebrate the end of the Old Year and the beginning of the New with a beautifully creamy Lemon Sherbet Kiss cocktail. The flavours of lemon and basil complement each other so well, bringing a memory of summer days to the deepest darkest winter evening.
A Collins is such a versatile gin drink, open to adaptation and this Merry Berry Collins is a fruity riff on the original. Essentially a long fruity gin sour it has the basic ingredients of gin, lemon juice (the sour bit), simple syrup to offset the sour and carbonated water, all served over ice in a tall Collins glass, (although you can improvise as I did here with any glass that can hole a bit of fizz).
The Saigon Cooler is a long, rich raspberry and gin cocktail, refreshing and fruity with the perfect balance of sweet and sour notes. The combination of lime and raspberries is an intriguing one, and the tart addition of cranberry juice balances the sweetness of the raspberry liqueur.