Cocktail Recipes

The Christmas GINgle, a cocktail from Salcome Gin


 

Salcombe Gin Finisterre

There is nothing better than getting a nice bottle of gin and making delicious drinks out of them.  What could be better than using some premium Salcombe Gin to make a splash this Christmas with a cocktail recipe cunningly called The Christmas GIN-gle.

This recipe was included in the latest mail out from Rise & Shine which is created by Bread and Butter Media.  So thanks to these guys for the inspiration!

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Ingredients
1 part (50ml) Salcombe Gin Start Point
1.5 parts (75ml) Luscombe Cranberry Crush
2 parts (100ml) Luscombe Passionate Ginger Beer
5ml fresh lime juice
3 thin slices of fresh ginger
10 fresh or frozen cranberries
A sprig of fresh mint
Ice

Method
1. Add Salcombe Gin, fresh lime juice, 5 cranberries and 2 slices of fresh ginger to a Boston shaker glass.
2. Add ice and shake vigorously.
3. Fill a large highball with ice.
4. Double strain the mixture over the ice into the glass using a Hawthorne strainer and fine sieve.
5. Add Luscombe Cranberry Crush followed by Luscombe Passionate Ginger Beer and stir.
6. Garnish with 5 cranberries, a sprig of fresh mint and the remaining fresh ginger sliced into thin julienne matchsticks.

The Christmas GINgle
Salcombe Distilling Co.

The Boathouse,
Island Street,
Salcombe,
TQ8 8DP,
South Devon.
salcombegin.com
Tel 01548 288180

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