• The Orange Gin Martini

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    This bold Orange Gin Martini is a spin on a traditional martini, adding some hints of orange flavor with Cointreau and orange bitters. Don't forget the vermouth to finish!

  • The Way Too Much Gin Cocktail

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    Hang on for a flavor explosion in the Way Too Much! Gin, Campari, and Pamplemousse with Cocchi Americano provide for a flavor explosion.

  • The Chocolate Century Gin Drink

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    The Chocolate Century Gin Cocktail has walnut, chocolate, apéritif, adn gin flavors all swirling around beautifully. Add as much chocolate on top as you like!

  • Gin and Lavender Apéritif

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    The Gin and Lavender Apéritif checks off lots of boxes - a pre-dinner cocktail with Cocchi Americano, fresh ingredients of lemon and lavender, and of course, gin.

  • The Eventide Gin Cocktail

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    The Eventide Gin Cocktail is simple and quick to make, equal parts Cocchi Americano and Gin, with a touch of bitters. It's strong, unique, and delicious!

  • Water Lily Gin Cocktail

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

  • Lavender Lemon Gin and Tonic

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    This gorgeous, and delicious, Lavender Lemon Gin and Tonic also puts on a light show. Using a purple gin, you can change the color of this drink when you add lemon and tonic.

  • Gin and Cabernet Sour

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    The aptly named Gin and Cabernet Sour is a creative and delicious cocktail, and perfect for that leftover red wine. It's gorgeous to boot, and easy to create the layers.

  • BVD Americano

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    The BVD Americano takes a rich and bold rum and gin drink and turns it a bit. Use Cocchi Americano instead of vermouth for new tastes.

  • Jolly Gin Giant

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    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.