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  • Divers Dessert (St. Giles Divers, After Eight Martini)

    St.Giles Diver's edition is without a doubt a superb sipping gin on its own. But what about it's use in a cocktail?

    Our chum @cocktailcreationuk (kind regards for the photo) had an experimental session in the hope to find the hidden treasures and came up with this..

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  • French 75 (feat. Da Mhile Organic Pink Gin)

    A fresh summer pre-dinner drink to get the juices flowing!

    If dense berries are your thing, this one should delight and its a straight forward recipe to prepare enough for a few guests.

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  • Pink Zing

    Some sun from our gin friends up north? This is it! This gin is definitely not a distasteful pink gin; it’s got juniper, it’s got dryness, it’s got rounded creamy smoothness. Check out our serve below - hopefully it piques your interest…

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  • Funky Martini

    Corner 53's Umami is out right one of the funkiest gins around. It makes a superb Bloody Mary and it's still very much friends with a light tonic but it doesn't get a better serve than a Dry Martini.

    Plain delicious filth

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  • Humble pie

    This gin, this gin... Save this one for an indulgent experience, perhaps after a dinner. We think it’s best enjoyed after a couple of other drinks, so that you don’t go for the guzzle!

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  • Cher-okee

    What do you get when you dedicate Karaoke night entirely to Cher songs?

    Okay, its a very loose attempt at naming a serve but we love Corner Fifty Three's take on gin, and we love to experiment with their gin too. A little leftover Lemon Tonic? Hmm, we’ll throw some Cherokee Gin in - does it go? Yes. Yes it does.

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  • Rose Tom Collins

    Tinkture's Organic Rose gin is full of the subtle nuances of the English garden; ideal for a long refreshing Tom Collins.

    The natural pigments in the Rose react with citric acid to turn the amber gin, pink; providing opportunity for a delightfully colourful serving.

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  • Sherry'll be right by Four

    Named after the Australian slang phrase "She'll be right" , this is a delightful and balanced serve that tames the raw complexity of Four Pillars Sherry cask Gin.

    The gin itself is intense and an awesome sipping gin, but this recipe aims to make it a little longer and soften the edges a bit, making it ideal for an afternoon in the Aussie sun.

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  • Honey, I drank the gin

    This recipe focuses on providing a platform for the deliciously floral Warner Edward's Honey Bee Gin which is frankly superb on its own and doesn't want to be mixed with anything else too opinionated.

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