Last Updated on July 8, 2018
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.
Find out more about Regal Rogue Lively White Vermouth and Cruxland Gin on their websites by clicking through.
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.