July 22, 2021 / Recipes
Sloe Gin Plum Layer Cake
July 15, 2021 / Cocktails
All about local fruit
Meet the team behind Marionette dedicated to stocking up your cocktail cabinet and supporting Australian farmers and businesses (and right now we need both more than ever!) Working directly with local farmers to create classical cocktails using the best local produce.
July 12, 2021 / Cocktails
What is Gin Liqueur?
There are two main differences between gin and gin liqueur, firstly the alcohol percentage. In Australia, a spirit must be bottled at a minimum of 38% ABV (alcohol by volume) to be classed as a gin and secondly, contain juniper. Gin liqueurs are considerably lighter (ABV around 20%) and are typically mixed with soda, versatile in cocktails and sipped on the rocks. Here are some of our favourite liqueurs available in Australia and cocktails to enjoy making at home.
July 1, 2021 / Gins
Warming gins perfect for sipping by the fire
These warming gins and their easy-to-make cocktails are made for sipping by the fire. From a Winter Martini to a Bramble Mulled Wine, here’s what to drink when the temperature drops.
June 28, 2021 / Cocktails
8 Getaway Gin and Coconut Cocktails
If you can't get to the tropics right now, we'll bring the tropics to you. As you sip on a gin and coconut cocktail, that tropical taste will help you imagine sinking deeper into your deckchair and hearing the waves lapping onto the beach. Here are 8 Getaway Gin and Coconut Cocktails featuring coconut water, cream or milk.
May 24, 2021 / Cocktails
6 Winter Warming Gin Cocktails
Baby it's cold outside. These cozy gin cocktails are sure to warm you up from the inside out.
May 3, 2021 / Recipes
Gin Jam Doughnuts
Boozy doughnuts, what more could we want? These gin jam doughnuts are the ultimate indulgence for us gin lovers. Best served with a gin and tonic or dry martini to really balance out all that delicious sweetness.
April 14, 2021 / Cocktails
Our Gin, Cocktails and Cheese Pairing Guide
Gin and cheese - yes please! As we know, gin and cheese are two of life's great pleasures and finding the perfect match can be a heavenly and exciting adventure. Gin varietals range from floral, citrus, herbaceous to juniper forward in flavour depending on the botanicals used. The flavours of these botanicals (juniper, citrus peels, cardamom, cassia etc) make gin an excellent pairing for cheese and when paired well they will compliment a wide variety of cheeses. Here are a few suggestions for good pairings from our gins to your favourite cocktails. Yum!!