A pretty pink drink with gin? Count me in. A classic Tom Collins with a Raspberry twist, or a Raspberry Tom Collins. I've had this Gin Manual for a few years. A great way to look up a bit more about a gin, as well as suited garnishes and mixers. I decided to use Botanist
So once you have bought a new gin and tried it in the purest form, aka a G&T. The next and most obvious step is to create it as part of a cocktail, introducing the Gin Berry juice, with Glaswegin. The recipe was coped from the serving suggestions on Glaswegin's website. It tasted like
What do you get when you add a slightly fruity twist to a classic cosmo? A brighter and more instagram friendly, passionfruit Cosmo. Since my original cosmo post, I have updated to these classic LSA cocktail glasses, again partly for the instagram appeal, but also because it somehow tastes better if it's in the
Glaswegin, literally what it says on the bottle. Glaswegian gin. Gin made in Glasgow. Glaswegian + gin = Glaswegin. Initially bought for the name alone. My love for gin is no secret. The perfect G&T, is one of lifes simple pleasures. Whether it is in a balloon glass, a tumbler or out of a can.
Before last October, I had never toucher Aperol. Having seen it all over Instagram, I knew I had to try it. I loved the spritz but somehow love the Aperol Negroni even more. Think of Aperol, as the Italian cousin of Pimms. Photo-friendly, available to drink in many guises, good with lemonade, soda, fizz. It's