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Benny's Island Gin Fizz
Island life never tasted this fun with Benny Island’s Gin Fizz. A twist on the classic cocktail recipe; it is perfectly balanced – both sweet and tart with a pop of lime and a botanical finish.
Just like in Sydney, all the fun happens on the Eastside. This simple, classic gin cocktail is made with Bondi Gin Co Australian Dry Gin, lime juice, sugar syrup and a touch of citrus.
The delectable hit of lemon lime in Green Ant Gin takes this classic gin cocktail to the next level. Add a few green ants for a delightful garnish!
Native Gin & Tonic
Native Green Ants give this gin fresh lime and coriander flavours for an easy-drinking, refreshing G&T you can enjoy all year round.
Strawberry Gin Spritz
A summery surprise when you need to forget about winter featuring gin and Aperol and strawberries.
The Copenhagen Gin Fizz is a classic gin cocktail made with gin, amaro, grapefruit juice and rosemary syrup. Your refined palate will thank you for it.
The Last Word is a unique Prohibition-era gin cocktail. This combination of gin, Green Chartreuse liqueur, Maraschino liqueur and lime juice make for a light, tart, citrusy and refreshing cocktail. Garnish with a Maraschino cherry for a classic, sweet finish.
A popular cocktail at Hickson House. The drink mixes gin, lemon, and strawberry orgeat, making a tart, refreshing tipple.
White Cargo is an ice cream cocktail made with vanilla ice cream, Hickson Rd Gin and chardonnay wine – a recipe credited to Harry Craddock of The Savoy Hotel.
A brilliant variation on the classic Bees Knees cocktail featuring Hickson Rd. Australian Dry Gin and eucalyptus honey.
The Pink Lady is a wonderful classic eye-catching gin cocktail with a light, frothy texture, fruity notes (apple brandy) and deliciously tart (lemon used to offset the grenadine’s sweetness). Popular in the 1950s! See our Clover Club recipe for a similar sweeter tipple.
Brighton Gin 75
The French 75 is a classic cocktail dating back to just after WWI. It originally used lemon juice and powdered sugar, which Brighton Gin have exchanged for lime juice and sugar syrup.
Featuring just Gothic Gin, lime and sparkling water – this incredibly simple cocktail is perfect for afternoon-sipping on those warm summer days.
Channel your inner Mad Men with The Fitzgerald cocktail. This retro tipple was invented by legendary bartender Dale DeGroff, at the Rainbow Room in New York in the early 1990s. Similar to a Gin Sour but with the addition of bitters for a well-balanced sweet and sour drink.
Aperol Gin Punch
Made with gin, Aperol, citrus and mint, this gin punch will be the hit of your Christmas party or any party this holiday season!
A festive variation on the Gin Moscow Mule by dressing this classic cocktail up with fresh rosemary and cranberries. Tis the season to be tipsy…!
or ‘Chocolatini’ is sweet, delicious, creamy, and the perfect gin chocolate cocktail for indulging your sweet tooth this holiday season.
Gin with Baileys Egg Nog
A modern twist on the traditional eggnog ingredients. Sweet and creamy with a good dose of gin and Baileys.
Spread some holiday cheer by toasting it up Cranberry Style! This festive cocktail features gin, cranberry and lemon juice for a refreshing Christmas tipple.
Rock n Rolla
You might need to expand your spirits collection to whip up this delicious gin cocktail at home featuring Portside Gin, elderflower liqueur, rockmelon juice, Sparkling verdelho and rhubarb syrup.
A colourful concoction that packs a lip-smacking hit of tang, this cocktail by Earp Distilling Co. will make you an instant crowd favourite.
A punchy spin on the traditional Tom Collins (gin, lemon and soda water) – this gin cocktail is taken to the next level with the addition of limoncello.
Pink Gin Fizz
A true taste of summer, serve this Pink Gin Fizz cocktail with fresh mint leaves, raspberries, lime and pink lemonade. A great blend of flavours perfect for summer or anytime!
Watermelon Gin Punch
Watermelon Gin Punch is the ultimate summer party drink. Easy to make and super refreshing! And nothing goes to waste because you turn the watermelon into a festive serving bowl!
Christmas Gin Cocktail
This delicious festive cocktail is perfect to be enjoyed over equally delicious canapes, curled up on the sofa, listening to Christmas carols and with the addition of orange – a great mimosa substitute too.
Cranberry Sauced Martini
Treat yo’elf to a Christmas Martini featuring Cranberry Sauce – the perfect balance of sweet and tart. Garnish with some sugared cranberries to make it extra festive.
Orange and Basil Pimms
A true taste of summer – serve this quintessential British cocktail with orange, fresh ginger, basil and tonic water.
A gin-based take on the mojito, this recipe was created by Gothic Gin and designed to hero it’s key botanical – eucalyptus.
Spooky Halloween Eyeball Cocktail
Looking for an impressively spooky Halloween cocktail? Try this simple gin and tonic cocktail base with red grape juice and the spooky eyeball add-in – which is super easy to make with only 2 ingredients.
Entertain your ghoulish guests this Halloween with this creamy, sweet and rich with nuances of pumpkin and cinnamon – gin cocktail.
Corpse Reviver No. 2
Pre-Prohibition cocktail featuring gin, Lillet blanc (a French aperitif), orange liqueur and fresh lemon juice. Arguably the best-tasting of all the corpse reviver drinks.
Little Juniper Negroni
This Little Juniper-led Negroni is an exceptional play on a classic cocktail and packed with flavour.
One of the best tropical gin cocktails to feature pineapple juice. Easy, refreshing, and downright delicious.
Grapefruit and Sage Gimlet
An inventive gimlet variation, in which tangy grapefruit juice replaces the traditional lemon juice, and sage is added to impart an herbaceous flavour.
This refreshing taste bud loving quench-fest is the perfect spring tipple. Created by the team at Garden Grown Gin – this drink is easy to make.
Coffee Negroni is an iconic bittersweet aperitif cocktail with a discernible coffee kick by swapping out vermouth for Mr Black Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur.
Paddington's Negroni Sour
A British twist on the classic Negroni Sour cocktail with the addition of Orange Marmalade.
The mulled wine flavours of Hearts Afire pair beautifully with the gingerbread syrup for a comforting and warming gin sour.
Coconut Gin Fizz
Try a refreshing Coconut Gin Fizz: perfectly balanced – sweet, tart and extra creamy with the addition of coconut cream. Add in soda water which magically creates a frothy egg white foam topping.
This aromatic martini features herb oil, Garden Grown Gin and sweet vermouth. Developed by renowned Australian bartender Tim Phillips.
The Pornstar Martini started back in 1999 in London, and was created by Douglas Ankrah. It’s a super simple drink that was created for no other reason than just to create a nice, provocative, tasty drink. We’ve replaced the traditionally used spirit of vodka with gin for a refreshing and fruity flavoursome tipple.
This version, devised for ATLAS by master of gin Jason Williams in 2016, features a tangy twist of Champagne vinegar and orange bitters.
Chai Gin Latte
Enjoy the traditional flavours of chai tea spice with the warming spices of gin for a deliciously sweet and aromatic drink.
A popular cocktail dating back to the early 1900s featuring gin, cherry, violets, and lemon for captivating floral flavour. Tasty, simple to make and really pretty.
Hot Gin Punch
Hendrick’s signature hot gin punch – featuring honey, cinnamon and nutmeg, pineapple, gin and fortified white wine. Perfect for cocktail and dinner parties this winter.
French Twist on the classic cocktail by swapping out Campari for Pampelle ruby red grapefruit aperitif. Trés bon.
The aromatic scents of eucalyptus with warming ginger cocktail – refreshing and relaxing. Created by Gin Society’s Emily with her love of Australian natives.
Spiced Gin Sour
Adding some exotic heat to a classic Gin Sour – gin, cardamom, coconut water, honey and citrus for a taste explosion. Not too spicy and very refreshing – popular with our Instagram followers!
Aperol Gin Sour
A wonderful twist on a gin sour with the addition of the Italian aperitif Aperol. The soft orange bitters perfectly compliment the sweet and herbaceous flavours of the maple syrup and rosemary. And unlike the Spritz this tipple is great all year-round.
Ramos Gin Fizz
First mixed in 1888 by Henry Charles “Carl” Ramos in New Orleans – the Ramos Gin Fizz is one of the city’s most identifiable cocktails. This frothy classic combines gin, citrus, simple syrup, egg white, heavy cream, orange flower water. Then topped with soda water for a foamy, floral and delicious cocktail.
A twist on the classic Negroni featuring gin, Lillet Blanc and Suze Aperitif Liqueur for the vivid yellow colour and bitter, floral taste.
Gin Mulled Wine
Let’s cozy up with some gin-spiked mulled wine. The warming mix of sweet and bitter is exactly what you want after a brisk walk on a Winter’s Day. This big batch recipe is ideal for entertaining friends at home too.
Mixed Berry Gin Smoothie
Looking for a healthier happy hour? A gin-infused, superfood smoothie is probably the healthiest we are going to get around here. Delicious and refreshing.
A hit at any celebration – combining gin and champagne with a lemon twist. What’s not to love about this classic cocktail?!
Inspired by her love for native flowers, Gin Society member Emily has created a special cocktail using gin, cointreau and eucalyptus syrup. Tastes as amazing as it looks!
Cousin to the famous whiskey based cocktail Manhattan, Bronx is a uniquely balanced drink of sweet and tart, from the 2 types of vermouth used. Great for those who are looking for a classic martini that isn’t as dry as others.
Gin Spiked Hot Chocolate
Baby it’s cold outside. Indulge in this warming winter pick-me-up or tasty fireside nightcap. You deserve it.
Fishing around for the perfect brunch cocktail? Try a Red Snapper – better than a Bloody Mary. A unique combination of savoury and juniper. A restorative drink – meaning you’ll feel all the better for having one!
Gin Pina Coladas
Aka Gina Coladas! A tropical cocktail made of gin, white rum, pineapple fusion, syrup and coconut milk. Bring the tropics to the home with this Instagram hit!
Rambling Dock Sour
A wild twist on the Gin Sour – using hand-foraged native botanicals, from Sydney and Scotland’s Isle of Islay.
An underrated classic – made with gin and dry vermouth and garnished with a pickled onion.
The Dartmoor Martini
A rich and fruity tribute to the martini style drinks featuring Gin, Sloe Gin, Dubonnet Rouge and a dash of Sherry for a dry and nutty finish.
Limoncello Gin Collins
A twist on the Tom Collins – adding in our favourite zesty liqueur, Limoncello. Refreshing, slightly tart – the perfect tipple for long warm evenings.
The Queen's Dubonnet Cocktail
The drink of choice of The Queen and The Queen Mother; featuring gin, Dubonnet rouge with a serious dash of class.
First drunk by British officers back in the 19th Century; Tomcat Gimlet is an originative version on the classic cocktail, with the addition of Maraschino Liqueur, bitters and passionfruit purée.
A classic gin cocktail consisting of gin, dry vermouth (preferably Dolin), lemon juice, raspberry syrup, and an egg white – to give it that creamy top.
Apple Cinnamon Gin Mule
An autumnal twist on the classic Moscow Mule: gin, cinnamon, apple cider and ginger beer.
Orchard Gin Cocktail
Adding a little tartness with sweet fruity flavours; this is one delightful Autumn cocktail. An easy choice for apple and gin lovers!
A fresh floral twist on a Tom Collins cocktail: using lavender syrup, gin, soda water and lemon juice.
Gin Basil Smash
Rejuvenate with this fresh and healthful summer cocktail made with just 4 ingredients: gin, basil, lemon juice and honey syrup.
Lady in Red
A classy cocktail consisting of Gin, Aperol and Vermouth with a dash of orange bitters. For Gin and Aperol lovers, this one is an easy choice.
A creamy dessert cocktail with gin, white créme de cacao, fresh cream and grated nutmeg or chocolate.
Gin Hot Toddy
Typically reserved for whiskey, this winter warming ‘nightcap’ makes for a fantastic gin option.
A well-balanced, tangy cocktail consisting of gin, lemon and syrup. Shaken with egg whites to get a frothy finish.
Valencia Martini with a Twist
A Hartshorn Twist on the Valencia Martini created especially for our Gin Society members.
A delectable cocktail consisting of Grace gin, Amaro di Angostura Liqueur and lemonade best enjoyed before 5 o’clock.
BLACKBERRY GIN FIZZ
A ‘healthy’ gin cocktail, featuring blackberries (powerful antioxidants), mint and diet lemonade. Very popular with our Instagram followers!
A cocktail made from gin, lemon juice, sugar, and soda water. First memorialised in writing in 1876 by Jerry Thomas, “the father of American mixology“, this refreshing drink is typically served in a highball over ice.
Gin Espresso Martini
An extra kick to the iconic cocktail and now commonly referred to as a Ginspresso martini.
Just as a gargoyle on a cathedral keeps away bad spirits, this Gargoyle cocktail ensures nothing gets in the way of a good time!
The favourite cocktail of gin guru (and owner of The Barbershop in Sydney) Mikey Enright, a gimlet is the perfect match for the flavours of Jensen’s Bermondsey Dry Gin.
The Gin Fizz is a frothy highball classic that brilliantly blends sweet and sour flavours – a favourite of Ginsider Bronwyn Shrocker.
Rose Gold Martini
This gorgeous twist on a classic was developed by Ginsider Paul Jackson, as part of a collaboration with That Boutique-y Gin Company.
The Negroni has enjoyed a steady rise in popularity in recent years, but this classic cocktail has long been an Italian favourite.
Designed by Juno mixologist Courtney Ertel for the specific flavour profile of Juno Extra Fine Gin.
Rising to fame as the signature cocktail served at Burma’s Pegu Club during British rule, variations on this classic are today served at bars all over the world.
This brilliant variation on the classic martini comes from the Savoy Cocktail Book.
Giro the Hero
The creation of Bar Tini manager Andy Strachan, designed for the specific flavour profile of Le Tribute Gin.
The flavour profile of this gin calls out for the Mediterranean – and the simple, refreshing taste of a Mediterranean G&T.
Hobart No.4 Old Fashioned
Try this classic stirred cocktail for a bright and aromatic-style gin Old Fashioned, developed specifically for the flavour profile of Hobart No.4 gin.
The Martini Whisperer – aka Phillip Jones – shares his fail-safe recipe for a perfect Dry Martini.
A twist on the classic Bramble, this recipe was created by London to Lima distiller Alexander James and local mixologist Javier Laos.
The favourite cocktail of Tanglin distiller Tim Whitefield, this is an Aussie twist on the classic Italian aperitif.