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Serve up Summer with Friends!

Serve up Summer with Friends!

Try one of these great cocktail recipes and serve up Summer with friends!

Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum was developed after loads of historical research into maritime rums. The all-natural spices and flavours we chose gave our natural rum a rich, smooth taste characterised by the top notes of vanilla and cinnamon.

More than anything else, it's our spicing that's responisble for the distinctive character, smoothness and versatility of our rum.

How to Make

1. Fill a Sailor Jerry tin cup with ice

2. Add 30mL sailor Jerry Spiced Rum

3. Top with ginger beer

No other gin tastes like Hendrick's because no other gin is made like Hendrick's.

We infuse our gin with the remarkable Bulgarian Rosa Damascena and specially selected cucumbers from the finest producers.

How to Make

1. Fill a balloon glass with ice

2. Add 45mL Hendrick's Gin

3. Top with tonic water

4. Garnish with cucumber

Distilled using the finest French wheat and natural spring water from the Cognac region, Grey Goose has a luxuriously smooth taste whether sipped on the rocks or in a martini.

How to Make

1. Fill a large wine glass with ice

2. Add 45mL Grey Goose vodka

3. Add 20mL St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur

4. Squeeze 2 wedges of lime and drop into glass

5. Top with 60mL chilled soda water

6. Garnish with lime wedge

Inspired by an original Gordan's recipe from the 1880s, our pink gin is perfectly crafted to balance the refreshing taste of Gordan's with the natural sweetness of raspberries and strawberries, with the tang of redcurrant served up in a unique blushing tone.

Made using only natural fruit flavours to guarentee the highest quality real berry taste.

How to Make

1. Fill a large wine galss with ice

2. Add 45mL Gordan's Premium Pink Gin

3. Add 45mL Prosecco

4. Add 90mL lemonade

5. A squeeze of fresh lemon

6. Garnish with strawberries

Sunny, lively, and soical, Aperol's perfect blend of 16 ingredients including bitter orange, rhubarb, and an array of botanicals give a unqiue orange flavour and bittersweet taste. Its secret recipe has remained unchanged since it was created in 1919.

How to Make

1. Fill glass with ice

2. Add 60mL Aperol

3. Add 90mL Prosecco

4. Dash of soda 

5. Stir and garnish with an orange wheel