5 Easy Gin Cocktails to Welcome Spring!
Spring is finally here, (well.. at least on paper!) and our thirst for a refreshing, bright G&T to enjoy in the sun has inspired us to look for some great recipes to share with you. We shall forget about the warming flavours of cinnamon and star anise and say a big HELLO! to elderflower, rose, cucumber and all the tangy and dazzling garnishes out there.
Sweet Honey Rose
This is a pretty one and if spring had a flavour, this cocktail would be it! This is a very flowery and fresh Gin cocktail – the sweetness of the elderflower liqueur, honey and rose water is offset by the crisp of the gin and the tanginess of the grapefruit juice. Very easy to make, throw all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker, shake well, pour in a glass over ice, et voila!
Check out the recipe here: Sweet Honey Rose Cocktail on bygabriella.co
Cucumber Ginger Gin Fizz
This cocktail is super refreshing, it is what you need after a long week on a Friday night. Healthy(ish) and effortless to make, it’s also a very good incentive to make use of that Nutri Bullet you bought last Black Friday and never took out of the box… The fresh cucumber juice, the ginger syrup and the lime marry perfectly with gin, and the fizz of the soda makes all the flavours stand out!
Check out the recipe here: Cucumber Ginger Gin Fizz on apartment34.com
Lemon Chamomile Spring Cocktail
Invite your friends around on a Sunday and treat them to a glass full of deliciousness! This gin cocktail is truly indulgent, made with gin, chamomile syrup, lemon juice, elderflower liqueur, lemon curd greek yogurt it is the perfect ending to a picnic on the grass in the sun.
Learn how to make it here: Lemon Chamomile Spring Cocktail on honestlyyum.com
When you see a cherry tree blossom, you know spring just got real. These delicious cocktails celebrate the delicate flower and their sweet fruit. Mix gin, rose & vanilla infused vermouth, cherry jam and lemon juice to make them – easy and quick!
Find the recipe here: Cherry Blossom on designsponge.com
Grapefruit Cardamom Gin Fizz
This suits the taste of those who love a herbal, citrusy drink. The cardamom tastes kind of like lemon – minus the bitterness – the grapefruit adds the sweet side and the rosemary blends with and brings out the flavour of the gin. A super refreshing and bright cocktail, dangerously easy to drink!
Find the recipe here: Grapefruit Cardamom Gin Fizz on themodernproper.com
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