May 27, 2022 / Cocktails
Winter Gin Cocktails
Winter Gin Cocktails
From comforting heated 'classics' to smooth sippers with honey, tea and cranberry there's a great winter gin cocktail for everyone.
Tiny Dancer

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50mL Hickson Rd. Australian Dry Gin
20mL Eucalyptus honey
20mL Lemon juice
Pinch of salt
Eucalyptus, to garnish
Place all ingredients into a cocktail shaker. Fill with ice and shake well. Strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with some eucalyptus and a pinch of salt.


Hot Gin & Tonic
Hot Gin and Tonic
Hot Gin and Tonic
30 mL gin
2 bar spoons of sugar syrup
A handful of berries (berry mix)
Tonic Water
Dried orange slice, to garnish
Slowly heat the gin, sugar syrup and Thomas Henry Tonic Water together with the berries. Pour the hot drink into a glass. Garnish with a dried orange slice. Recipe and image credit:
Hot Negroni
Sipsmith's Hot Negroni
Sipsmith's Hot Negroni
25mL London Dry Gin
25mL Campari
25mL sweet vermouth
Red berry tea
Dehydrated orange or fresh orange slice, to garnish. Pour all ingredients into a mug and stir. Top with hot red berry tea and garnish with a dehydrated orange or a fresh orange slice. Recipe and image credit:
Winter Bramble
Brockmans Winter Bramble
Brockmans Winter Bramble
45mL Brockmans Gin
25mL lemon juice
10mL Balsamic vinegar
10mL Ruby Port
10mL Berry liqueur
Fill a highball glass with crushed ice, break thyme and churn in the glass then pour in all the ingredients. Give the glass a good stir. Garnish with thyme and a dehydrated slice of lemon. Recipe and image credit:
Hot Apple Cider
NOLET’S SILVER Holiday Hot Apple Cider
Nolet's Silver Holiday Hot Apple Cider
45mL Nolet's Silver Gin per serving ( approximately 10-12 servings in this cider recipe)
1/2 Gallon Apple Cider
3 cups Unsweetened Cranberry Juice
1 sliced Orange
1 sliced Lemon
1 sliced Apple
4 Cinnamon Sticks
4 Cardamom Pods
3 Star Anise Pods
1/2 tsp. Grated Nutmeg
2 inches sliced Ginger
Combine all ingredients (except Gin) in a slow cooker or large pot on the stove. Bring to a simmer and reduce heat to lowest setting/lowest flame. Can be kept warm for hours and will provide a wonderful holiday fragrance. To serve, ladle punch into a mug or teacup with 45mL of NOLET’S Silver Gin, and garnish with fruit slices, cranberries, cinnamon, or star anise. Recipe and image credit:
Micawber's Hot Gin Punch
Mr. Micawber's Hot Gin Punch
4 parts Hendrick's Gin
4 parts Madeira Wine
2 Teaspoons of Brown Sugar
Peel from 1 whole lemon and 1 whole orange
1 Slice of Orange
4 Chunks of Pineapple
4 Teaspoons of Honey
Pinch of Nutmeg and Cinnamon
Orange and Cloves to Garnish
Combine all ingredients in a small pot and simmer gently for 30 minutes. Pour into a teapot and serve warm in teacups with gingerbread on the side. Recipe and image credit: Mr Micawber for Hendrick's Gin

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By Gin Society

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