• Grapefruit and Lavender Gin Martini

    Grapefruit and Lavender Martini FI

    This lovely and easy gin cocktail pairs lavender syrup, which is quite easy to make, with grapefruit juice for the perfect sweet and tart balance.

  • Gin and Rosé Garden Cocktail

    Gin and Rosé Garden Cocktail FI

    The Gin and Rosé Garden Cocktail Cocktail is a creative and delicious way to mix up your favorite rosé wine with gin, elderflower, and garden flavors. It's gorgeous, and delicious.

  • Water Lily Gin Cocktail

    Water Lily Gin Cocktail FI

    The Water Lily Gin Cocktail pairs delightful violette flavors with gin, orange, and lemon. A garden party in a glass.

  • Jolly Gin Giant

    Jolly Gin Giant Cocktail FI

    This horribly named gin cocktail is a great way to use fresh cucumbers, mint, and basil with gin. I give you, reluctantly, the Jolly Gin Giant. And it's quite good.

  • The Aperol Zest

    Aperol Zest with Aperol and Pavan FI

    The Aperol Zest is a delightful orange based cocktail, borrowing tones from Pavan and Aperol to use with gin. Add some lime juice to round it all out.

  • Coconut Gin Breeze

    Coconut Gin Breeze with Honey FI

    Get prepared for a delightfully light and subtle cocktail! Coconut water, lime, gin, and a hint of honey.

  • Coconut, Lime, and Gin Cocktail

    Coconut, Lime, and Gin Cocktail FI

    This coconut, lime, and gin cocktail has to be one of the simplest and tastiest recipes out there. The original formulation is said to be from Ernest Hemingway himself, who loved gin, the islands, and the cocktails inspired by the islands. You may have even heard a variation of this recipe called the Green Isaacs Special, named after some islands. This is also a drink you can color and spice…

  • The Poire Ivre

    Poire Ivre Gin and Pear Liqueur FI

    If you are in the mood for a potent and classy cocktail, the Poire Ivre might be for you. This totally boozy cocktail pairs gin with dry vermouth and pear liqueur for a smooth and subtle treat. Although I suppose it’s not too classy, as the name Poire Ivre literally means drunken pear in French. This is what happens when you are cocktail creating and you have a few iterations…

  • Honey Ginger Gin and Tonic

    Ginger Honey Gin and Tonic FI

    If you think the Honey Ginger Gin and Tonic will be a liquid cough drop, you are mistaken. This s**t is perfect if you happen to love soft, subtle flavors, like honey, lemon, and ginger. And can you ever go wrong with a G & T? Absolutely NOT! For this beaut, we used a simple London Dry. The honey flavors were just enough to discern them from the rest of…