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Cocktails and More with Truffled Gin and Vermouth:
The classic test of a Gin is, of course, a gin and tonic. Using my favourite tonic, the subtly astringent Fever Tree tonic, we loaded our highball glasses with ice and hey presto it was Gin o’ Clock! The Cruxland G&T was very fresh tasting with a wonderfully long finish highlighting the truffle notes. If you want to try one
- 1 measure (50ml) Cruxland Gin
- Orange Peel or Lemon Slice to garnish
Use a large wine goblet or a tall, slim highball glass. Fill the glass with the ice.!
Next, pour over the Cruxland Gin topping up with Fever-Tree Indian tonic water.
Garnish with a curl of lime or lemon, swizzle and serve!
- Cruxland Gin
- Regal Rogue Lively White Vermouth
Shake equal measures Regal Rogue Lively White Vermouth and Cruxland Gin over ice.
Strain and serve in a chilled Martini glass.
It makes for a deliciously flavoured martini which is not too strong. The blend of the gin’s botanicals and the Vermouth’s aromatics creates a heady taste that is genuinely pleasurable.
And why not pin these cocktail recipes for later;)
You can buy both Cruxland Gin and Regal Rogue Vermouth from leading off-licences or through the Amazon links below.