While we’ve made several versions of a Collins (my personal favorite being with cranberries), we’ve never actually done a post on a traditional Tom Collins– the shame! This classic cocktail combines gin, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup, and soda water for a refreshing drink.
It’s surprising that we’ve never actually covered a gimlet before! This gin cocktail usually features two or three ingredients, depending on how you make it– super simple! A vodka gimlet is a common replacement for the classic gimlet drink, so if you’re not into gin, feel free to substitute vodka instead.
As bright and refreshing as it is classic, the South Side is the perfect cocktail to put our brand new mint plant to the test!
This velvety smooth drink gets its lofty foam from the combination of egg white and ginger beer. It’s dangerously drinkable and delicious!
Seven ingredients team up in the Singapore Sling, a hundred-year-old recipe that creates a deliciously pink cocktail for gin and tiki lovers alike.
This drink is all about the aroma. A delicious tea-infused syrup sits alongside gin and orange bitters to make a boozy but delicious old fashioned riff.