We’re celebrating World Gin Day with some fancy bottles and a great gin recipes!
First, you can’t go passed anything that promises unicorns! Unicorn Tears Gin Liqueur (obviously happy tears) promises to only use free range unicorns, closely-guarded in a secret location.
This is the second batch offers a bittersweet gin experience and an iridescent glittery appearance that will blow your mind. To unleash their magical powers: Swirl the bottle. Behold its shimmering majesty. Consume the mythical spirit.
- 50ml x Unicorn Tears Gin Liqueur
- 50ml triple sec
- 15ml lime juice
- 15ml cranberry juice
Shake and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with lime
us up from the inside! Ink Gin is an Aussie gin from the Northern Rivers of NSW. This sexy bottle includes a floral infusion of butterfly pea flower petals gives Ink Dry Gin a remarkable and lustrous inky blue hue.
- 15ml dry vermouth
- 60ml Ink Gin
Fill a mixing glass with ice, add dry vermouth and stir well. Strain vermouth out. Pour Ink Gin over vermouth laced ice in mixing glass and stir until chilled. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with finger lime or an orange twist.
To capture all the crisp freshness of a Japanese winter in Horisumi – Winter, the distillers incorporated the maritime salinity of Tasmanian kombu, the herbaceous sweetness of Australian Fuji apples and, in a first for Archie Rose, the infusion of two Japanese green teas – aromatic sencha and savoury genmaicha. On the palate, you’ll notice a contrast between salty and sweet – a nod to the flavour elements found in Japanese cuisine.
To serve, try it with Fever Tree’s Elderflower Tonic, or accentuate its savoury kombu notes in a Dirty Martini.