Gin is an incredibly versatile spirit,
and is the basis for some of the original, classic cocktails, and can be used
for so much more than and G&T (we love those too, of course!)
See below for some suggestions for your
next get together.
JN French 75
Shortcross Citrus Drizzle
Sparkling to top
Pour the lemon juice, sugar syrup and gin into a cocktail shaker then fill up with ice. Shake well and strain into a chilled glass. Top with JN Sparkling and garnish with a thin strip of lemon peel.
50ml of Bodegas Astobiza Dry Gin
Astobiza White Vermouth
1 teaspoon of olive
1 olive to garnish
Add Gin, Vermouth and Olive brine to a mixing glass filled with ice. Resist the urge to utter “Shaken, not stirred” and proceed to stir the cocktail until the glass becomes icy cold. Strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with an olive.
Shortcross Cask Aged Gin Negroni
30ml of Shortcross Cask Aged Gin
30ml of Quady Sweet
30ml of Campari
In a mixing glass, combine equal parts gin, Campari and sweet vermouth. Add ice and stir, strain into an ice filled tumbler and garnish with a swath of orange peel.
Kilbroney South Side Fizz
50ml of Kilbroney gin
15ml of lime juice
15ml of simple syrup
2 sprigs of mint
Combine Gin, lime juice, 1 mint leaf and syrup in a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake. Strain into a tall glass filled with ice, top with soda water and garnish with the second mint leaf.
See our full range of gin here