In times gone by, gin has not been treated with the respect it deserves. The unique flavours of the spirit were muted in a sea of fizzy water and an abundance of over-powering citrus. Thankfully, awareness in the subtle goodness of gin is now on the menu and the versatility of Pin Gin ensures that mixes and cocktails involving the spirit are as numerous as your imagination can take them.
Serve in a balloon glass with 50ml Pin Gin, fresh strawberries and a squeeze of a fresh lime. Topped up with a premium tonic, we enjoy FeverTree.
50ml Pin Gin
20ml Fresh squeezed lemon juice (this will keep in the fridge for ages!)
10ml Sugar Syrup (you can buy this, but is really easy to make – 2:1 sugar to water and will keep for ages too!)
10ml Elderflower Cordial (we like the Belvoir one!)
Soda to finish.

Shake up the Pin Gin, Lemon, Sugar Syrup and Elderflower is a cocktail shaker, pour over cubed ice and then top with soda to finish. Ideal in a tumbler or a high-ball glass.     
Pin Gin
Copa De Balon Glass
50ml Pin Gin London Dry
Cubed Ice
Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water
Slice of Naval Orange

Take a Pin Gin Balon glass, fill with cubed ice and pour in your Pin Gin. Add in a slice of the juiciest Naval Orange (you can use any orange, but the Navals are really juicy!). Then pour over a premium Indian Tonic Water, we like the citrus flavours of Fever-Tree. Enjoy your award winning Pin & Tonic.
Tumbler Glass
Crushed Ice
1tsp Demerara Sugar
50ml Pin Gin
15ml Lime Juice
8-10 Mint Leaves
Soda Water

Take a tumbler and pour in your Pin Gin and Lime Juice, add in the Demerara. Take the mint leaves and tear them roughly in half and throw in. Muddle them in the bottom of the glass with a cocktail muddler, you should be able to smell the fresh mint bursting out! Then take your crushed ice and fill to around half inch from the top of the glass – if you don’t have an ice crusher then you can just bash up some cubes! Then top with soda. You can garnish with an extra sprig of mint and / or lime if you have them to hand!
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