Modern, sophisticated, innovative. Edinburgh gins are rightly finding a place in every botanical buff’s drink’s cabinet. Each gin, and gin liqueur, has it’s own flavour profile, making them ideal for a variety of gin cocktails.
Elderflower Gin Liqueur and Prosecco cocktail
A refreshing drink to welcome the oncoming spring. Its lighter tones reflecting the brigher nights approaching.
Pour the Elderflower Gin Liqueur over ice into a glass, add Prosecco, and tonic water then stir together. Add a slice of lime to the side of the glass and relax.
Seaside Gin and tonic
The simple pleasure of a G&T is enhanced thanks to the briny overtones of Edinburgh Seaside Gin.
- 50ml Edinburgh Seaside Gin
- 50ml Tonic water
- Thyme (for garnish)
- Grapefruit (for garnish)
Pour the Edinburgh Seaside Gin over ice into the glass, then add the tonic water. Finally garnish with the thyme and grapefruit close your eyes and picture yourself on the beach.
Rhubarb and Ginger Bramble
Inspired by Dick Bradsell’s classic Bramble, this cocktail brings in the tartness of rhubarb and the warmth of ginger.
- 25ml Edinburgh Gin
- 25ml Edinburgh Rhubarb and Ginger Gin Liqueur
- 25ml Lemon juice
- 15ml Crème de Mure
- Blackberries (for garnish)
Add the gin, liqueur, and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker, filled with ice, and shake until cold. Strain the mix into an Old Fashioned glass with crushed ice. Drizzle Crème de Mure over the ice and garnish with blackberries.