2 oz Plymouth gin ⅛ oz lemon juice ⅛ oz Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur 2 dashes orange bitters Chill a cocktail glass with ice and water Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass and stir with ice Strain into chilled glass Garnish with a cherry
2 oz. Hendrick’s Gin ¾ oz. lime sour Chill cocktail glass with ice and water Add all ingredients to shaker Shake well with ice 10 – 15 sec. Strain into chilled glass Garnish with cocktail onion and a lime twist
Hendrick’s Gin has more of an herbal flavor and less on the juniper. There is a hint of cucumber. It’s one of those subtle nuances that I would never have picked up on if not told it was there. But this “hint of cucumber” has brought forth a plethora of…
This is my personal favorite drink. I doubled down on the bitterness by adding bitters and the flamed orange zest. I serve it in a double old fashioned with an ice sphere.
1 ½ oz. Gin ½ oz. sweet vermouth 2-3 drops orange bitters Chill cocktail glass with ice and water Add all ingredients to shaker Shake well with ice 10 – 15 sec. Strain into chilled glass Garnish with maraschino cherry
Where the dirty martini meets the Cajun martini: Hendrick’s Gin, dry vermouth and pickled jalapeno juice. Guaranteed to tickle your tongue.
For a complete discussion of homemade tonic water click here. Tonic syrups are easy to make and create an amazing cocktail. You can also go the Gin Tonic route and really spruce up your drinks! Either way you go, there are few better sippers than the venerable G&T. 2 oz.…
From the middle of the last century, the martini became basically gin or vodka on the rocks. The vermouth that originally was prominent, became a splash or even a wash. This is how to make that cocktail.
A classic, pre-prohibition cocktail, created to honor the brand new heroes of aviation. It was invented by Hugo Ensslin, head bartender at the Hotel Wallick in New York sometime in the early 1900’s. He included it in his 1916 book Recipes for Mixed Drinks. I have changed this recipe to…
I decided to play with my Dry Martini. Using the St George Botanivore Gin, I substituted Lillet Blanc for the vermouth. The result is a very pleasant drink. Goes well with our Olive Poppers.