From original cocktails to perfect serves, gin is suited to a variety of drinks
“It’s sweet, fruity and light; and well-balanced: the sweet raspberry flavour balances the citrus of the lime juice. The foam on top makes a good contrast in the colour.”
– Matteo Clerici, The Citizen, Glasgow
25ml Brockmans gin
12.5ml lime juice
25ml egg white
25ml raspberry syrup
25ml sparkling rosé
Dry shake all ingredients and then shake it up with ice.
Double strain into a Champagne flute and top up with sparkling rosé Cava.
Garnish with a raspberry.
The South Side
25ml fresh lemon juice
10ml sugar syrup
Shake all ingredients vigorously over eight mint leaves and lots of ice.
Double strain into a Martini glass.
The Perfect Serve
“I’ve been in the industry for 18 years and I’m confident that I know what I’m looking for. I know what I like and what I don’t like, and I like creating products that I would drink myself.”
– Fiona Walsh, Redcastle Spirits.
In a Champagne flute, add 25ml of Redcastle Raspberry & Pomegranate Liqueur and top up with chilled Prosecco or Champagne.
Or, in a copa glass, pour 50ml of Redcastle Raspberry & Pomegranate Gin Liqueur over good quality ice and top up with Fentimans Rose Lemonade. Garnish with a few fresh seasonal berries.