G.H.Q. Gin. Pour one for Victory
Bold and intense start. Beautiful floral notes, some lemon and lavender. Bright and pronounced. It is very bold with a graceful composition of flavours playing along a creamy palate. It turns dry but refreshing at the same time on a long finish.
Style/Classification: Classic Dry Gin
Key ingredients: Juniper, Kaffir lime leaf, lemongrass and black pepper
NOSE: Keep it to yourself. Mum’s the word.
TASTE: We can tell you look better in a uniform.
FINISH: Sometime before roll call.
50ml G.H.Q. Gin
150ml quality tonic water
Wedge of lime
Option 1: Ice with a slice and no mixer.
Option 2: Add ice to a highball glass and pour in 50ml of G.H.Q. Gin. Add 150ml of quality tonic water. Add a wedge of lime to garnish and stir.
G.H.Q. Cocktails Who dares wins
50ml G.H.Q. Gin 25ml lime juice 12.5ml sugar syrup (2:1) 5 mint leaves
25ml G.H.Q. Gin
25ml Kummel Wolfschmidt
25ml Fresh lemon juice
35ml G.H.Q. Gin
15ml G.H.Q. Vodka
20ml Lillet Blanc
4 dashes orange bitters
Top with soda
Roll over ice and serve on the rocks in a highball glass. Garnish with some of those amazing flowers from your garden.
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