Tinker Gin Pink Edition has arrived and it is seriously fruity! Refreshing, light and delicately flavoured, with a beautiful burst of fresh strawberries, what better way to celebrate than creating a cocktail that magnifies those gorgeous, juicy flavours?!
Introducing the Pinker Paradise!
Muddle a handful of mint leaves and a few raspberries together* and add to your cocktail shaker, then shake together over ice:
2 parts* Tinker Gin Pink Edition
1 part Raspberry Liqueur
2 parts Cranberry Juice
2 parts Fresh Lime Juice
A splash of Elderflower Cordial
Strain into an ice-filled collins (tall) glass, top with lemonade and garnish with strawberry, mint leaves and raspberry.
*If you don’t have a cocktail set muddle the ingredients in the bottom of a pint glass by firmly crushing them with a spoon. Then add ice, follow the recipe above and shake the ingredients together using your hand or anything flat to seal the top, strain through a sieve and viola!
Parts made simple. Just stick to the ratios, so if you are making a jug ¼ of the jug could be 1 part, ½ the jug 2 parts. For 1 cocktail, 1 part would be approx 25ml, if you are making 2 cocktails, 1 part would be approx 50ml and so on - experiment and give it a try.
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