Emil Jakobsen

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Tarragon Gin and Tonics - Tarragon syrup (makes about ¾ cup, enough for 12 drinks): 1 bunch tarragon leaves (1 cup lightly packed) ½ cup (100 g) organic granulated sugar ½ cup (120 ml) water juice of 1 large lime, strained Per Cocktail: ½ ounce (1 tablespoon / 15 ml) tarragon syrup 2 ounces (1/4 cup / 60 ml) chilled The Botanist Gin 2 ounces (1/4 cup / 60 ml) good tonic water, chilled (such as Fever Tree) ice squeeze of lime 3-4 drops celery bitters (such as Scrappy’s or homemade) ~4 ounces…

spring green tarragon gin and tonics taste like G&Ts plucked from an herb garden, with soft notes of tarragon melding with herbaceous gin and sharpened by quinine and celery bitters.

Cucumber and Mint French 75, also known as a Diamond Gin Fizz - this wonderfully refreshing summer cocktail is made with homemade cucumber gin, fresh mint and lime juice, served in a sours or hi ball glass and topped up with Champagne or Prosecco. It's the perfect summer cocktail

A wonderfully refreshing cocktail made with homemade cucumber gin, fresh mint and lime juice, topped up with champagne or prosecco. The perfect summer cocktail!

Instead of going out on a Saturday night, stay in and make one of these delicious homemade cocktails! Celebrate the weekend with a grapefruit-ginger bourbon sour, margaritas, raspberry cosmopolitan, or blackberry giner smash. Each cocktail requires only a couple ingredients!

Looking for a new cocktail to serve up at your next dinner party? Try this grapefruit-ginger bourbon sour recipe. Tart grapefruit and sweet bourbon pair perfectly with an easy-to-make homemade ginger syrup. It's so refreshing!



From our friends at Gin Foundry

Ever wonder whether to serve a gin with a chestnut skewer, cucumber tongue or sprig of rosemary? If you have, help is at hand in the form of this awesome gin wheel from The Gin Foundry, which works by matching up a garnish to a gin’s ingredients.