What better way to enjoy the unofficial end of summer than with two refreshing gin cocktails and a long Labor Day weekend.
Gin is often our go-to spirit of the summer. It’s refreshing and so versatile. Here’s a gin cocktail for every palate.
Spring is here, which means it’s time to celebrate Mom. Whip up a stunning brunch gin drink along with breakfast in bed for Mother’s Day. Plus, we have a perfect gin drink for Dad, too. After all, Father’s Day is only a few weeks away.
Sip away the season with a special gin we recently discovered and used to make a delicious cranberry and tonic.
Grab a swizzle stick or a straw and celebrate summer with this refreshing frozen gin slush.
Step up your champagne game by turning a would-be basic glass into a full-blown cocktail.
Well before your guests arrive, stir together a big pitcher of this blueberry and sage gin punch and simply add ice when you are ready to get the party started.
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Let the warmth of ginger and the refreshing qualities of gin simply combine with blueberries to create an all too simple and delicious fall or winter drink.
A splash of bourbon or gin would turns this sweet drink into a seasonal cocktail, but they’re great even alcohol-free.
General manager Eamon Rockey explains what makes makes a Betony Gin and Tonic special.
A citrusy, gin-based New Orleans classic cocktail that is almost too perfect.
Chartreuse is a common French digestif usually enjoyed on the rocks. But, if you want to sip on something more gentle after a lovely meal with friends, try this fresh cocktail to settle your belly.
A simple gin fizz made with cherry gin, muddled cherries, lime juice, and a deliciously frothy egg white.
Floral liqueur adds a refreshing twist on the classic gin and tonic.
On a warm day, inexpensive rosé on its own is refreshing, but add gin and fresh grapefruit juice and you’re set for the summer.
Cool off with a watermelon slush sweetened with a blueberry and basil syrup and spiked with a splash of gin.
Make an apple gin gimlet that replaces the usual lime juice with tart green apple juice.
The refreshing, botanical quality of gin makes it an ideal cocktail starter. From juleps to negronis, we’ve got all the happy hour inspiration you need.
A cocktail made with real honeycomb is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
The perfect spring and summer sipper.
As these ice cubes melt into your drink, they give the classic G&T a little something extra.
A simple drink with a touch of floral sweetness and plenty of zest is all you need on a warm day.
Made with gin and Japanese shochu, this citrus-y yuzu flip has hints of jasmine tea and is just refreshing enough for a January reset.
London has always had a love affair with gin and in the last decade there has been a resurgence of sales of London gin both home and abroad.
Looking for a cocktail recipe to celebrate the end of the working week? Australia’s new Rooftop Garden Bar shares their slightly floral recipe.
Summer is gin season, and the Ramos Gin Fizz is a distinctively creamy drink made with gin, orange flower water, egg whites, and lemon.
Despite the growing popularity of bourbons and whiskeys, gin remains summer’s favorite spirit. It blends easily; it has a lighter profile.
Created in the 1800’s by Henry Ramos in New Orleans the Gin Fizz was shaken for 12 minutes. When your arms want to fall off you’ll have a foamy citrus drink
A light and calming cocktail for the first days of spring. This is the new patio pitcher drink, complete with fresh lavender.
A bright gin-based cocktail with citrus. A frothy, pasteurized egg white gives this drink body and a kick.
Perfect for the porch, Gin Gin Mules combine gin, mint, ginger beer, and lime for an herby cross between a mojito and a Moscow mule.
This complex and sweet – but not too sweet – cocktail pairs perfectly with the comforting foods of the colder months.
This is so easy to make, the hard part is keeping yourself from opening it too soon to drink it.
Another great success for the event Manhattan Cocktail Classic in NYC.
Belly on up to one of these fabulous bars. Give a nod to good ol’ gin, relax and imbibe.
And as we begin to celebrate summer with grills and backyards and whatnots, why not prepare yourself with a refreshing summery cocktail?
Honest Cooking’s Riccardo Costa checked out the Manhattan Cocktail Classic event.
A classic taken to a whole new dimension of deliciousness for the springtime holidays.