The French 75 cocktail is a slight variation on the classic Tom Collins. It was originally made using cognac but is more commonly made with gin nowadays.
Recently created in 2008 by German bartender, Jörg Meyer. His original recipe calls for Hendrick’s gin but we’ve kept it local with this savoury and boozy smash!
Ounce Gin works remarkably well in a White Lady. The orange & vanilla notes from the gin compliment the orange liqueur and citrus within the cocktail. Chin chin!
The signature drink of the gentlemen’s club of the same name, the Pegu Club. Commonly served with either a twist of lime or fresh grapefruit peel.
A balance of dry gin, sweet vermouth and bitter Campari. This Italian cocktail has been around almost 100 years and will be staying for many more.
Put that marmalade at the back of the cupboard to good use and mix up a delicious Breakfast Martini. Easy to create, consisting of only 4 ingredients.