Happy Christmas to all Think Gin members, we hope you all are well and truly embracing the festive season! With Christmas comes Christmas parties, get together’s, celebrations and GIN!
The team at Think Gin Club has compiled a list of some of the best Christmas cocktails to make for your parties or events which are certain to be a hit! If the thought of Christmas is one that leaves you saying Bah Humbug, we’ve also included cocktail recipes to help you see out the year in style!
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15ml Dry White Port
10ml Pink Grapefruit Juice
Pink Grapefruit Wedge
Sprig of Thyme
50ml Cloudy Apple Juice
1tsp Lemon Juice
1stp Maple Syrup
Go glam with this stunning Bramble Gin Cocktail! This delicious blackberry gin concoction comes with a hint of sour lemon juice- yum!
25ml Lemon Juice
15ml Sugar Syrup
15ml Crème de Mure
Mix together all the ingredients and pour into a glass filled with crushed ice. Add an extra drizzle of the Crème de Mure to top.
The Dill Sour cocktail is a great sweet/sour gin cocktail, perfect for those who like a hint of savoury in their tipple.
25ml Lemon Juice
20ml Honey Syrup
25ml Apple Juice
Combine all the ingredients in a shaker, dry shake, then shake with ice. Fine strain and serve over ice in a tumbler.
Garnish with fresh dill, seasonal flowers and dill pollen for the perfect serve!
Use the best gin to make this tasty Game of Thrones-inspired cocktail!
Don’t forget to add fresh berries for the sweetest taste!
22.5ml Fresh Lime Juice
15ml Sugar Syrup
3 Fresh Strawberries
Cut the strawberries in half and then cut each half into 3, then place into a glass of ice. Mix the gin, lime juice and syrup together and pour.
Blackberry and a mint leaf.
A refreshing cocktail to enjoy any time of day, perfect for the summer sun!
Remember to muddle the lime for the best flavour.
20ml Sugar Syrup
4 Lime Wedges
Muddle the lime wedges with the syrup. Add gin & crushed ice. Stir, then add more crushed ice & top with soda. Serve in a highball glass.
A lime wedge.
This Sloe Royale cocktail will certainly improve your New Year’s Eve Party!
Make sure to serve with edible glitter for that extra sparkle.
50ml Sloe Gin
300ml Chilled Prosecco
Divide the gin between 2 champagne flutes and top up each with 150ml of prosecco.
Before filling the glasses, add a sprinkle of edible glitter to each flute.
This classy cocktail is the best way to celebrate prosecco National Prosecco Day!
Make sure to chill your coupe glass for the best taste.
40ml Dry Vermouth
Lemon Twist to Garnish
Pour the gin and vermouth into an ice-filled mixing glass and stir until cold. Strain and pour into a chilled coupe glass. Top up with prosecco and serve with a lemon twist.
A Lemon Twist
Enjoy a touch of France with this flavoursome gin prosecco cocktail
Make sure to serve with a lemon twist for the best look.
15ml Elderflower Cordial
15ml Lemon Juice
Place a handful of ice into a cocktail shaker. Pour in the gin, elderflower cordial and lemon juice. Shake well to chill, then pour into a coupe glass. Slowly top up with prosecco.
A twist of lemon peel.
This cocktail is the perfect way to liven up a prosecco.
Garnish with fresh raspberries for the best taste.
20ml Pink Gin
10ml Lemon Juice
Pour the gin, Chambord and lemon juice into a champagne flute. Top with prosecco.
Garnish with fresh raspberries
This fruity cocktail is very refreshing (and technically, one of your five-a-day).
Make sure to garnish with fresh passion fruit for the best taste.
25ml Passion Fruit Syrup
Add the gin and passion fruit syrup to a glass. Top up with prosecco.
Garnish with half a passion fruit.
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