Citrus Led Cocktails
There is perhaps no other flavour profile, outside of plain juniper, that is as closely associated with gin, whether that’s brought about in its use as a botanical, a cocktail ingredient, or a garnish.
We've brung together our favourite zesty cocktails to make using Inverclyde Gin as the perfect inspiration for your at home bar and get your cocktail making skills to a T to sip away some of your own refreshing serves of Inverclyde's finest!
When the sun decides to come back it’ll good to have a classic refreshing mix like a Tom Collins in your back pocket ☀️
60ml Inverclyde Gin - 30ml Lemon Juice - 1 Tablespoon Sugar
Top with Soda water
Al Capone's gang smuggled in an extremely harsh gin that required Creating cocktails with more ingredients, such as citrus fruit and sugar. The drink apparently became very popular with Al Capone and his associates, and christened it the Southside. With the Clydes rich hertiage of smuggling, we put our own spin on the cocktail!
60ml Inverclyde Gin - 30ml Lime Juice - 1 tablespoon sugar - 6 mint leaves - Shake, Strain, Enjoy
Unlike many of today's pink cocktails, it gets a slight fruity sweetness from the grenadine, but the botanicals of a good gin still shine and provide a nice balance of flavour.
60ml Inverclyde Gin - 30ml Pink Grapefruit Juice - 10ml Lemon Juice - 1 tablespoon Sugar - 1 Egg White
Dry Shake, Shake, Strain
We've shaken up another delicious citrusy cocktail to try with your bottle of Inverclyde Gin. FYI - tastes just like a lemon bon bon!
50ml gin -25ml triple sec or Cointreau - 25ml lemon juice, plus lemon zest twists to serve - 2 tsp vanilla syrup - ½ egg white - handful of ice
Shake, Strain, Enjoy