🔸Cocktail #️⃣ 4/11
Dee Dee Bridgewater & The Memphis Soulphony headline the fourth night of the Ottawa Jazz Festival.
Here’s what we’re serving on the bar
🎙Afro Blue 🎙
•Top Shelf Gin
Swipe ◀️ for the recipe
Although Himbrimi Old Tom Gin is great in variety of cocktails, we highly recommend trying it neat, like you would drink a single malt whisky. Old Tom Gin is somewhat of a missing link between gin and jenever, but resembles whisky in many ways.
Ready for our Cocktail of the Day?! It's a Paloma. But no, not with tequila.
Conniption Navy Strength gin plays so amazing with fresh ruby red grapefruit. Get ready to relax and dream of being beach-side with this cocktail. Cheers!
1.5 oz. Conniption Navy Strength Gin
1 oz. Ruby Red Grapefruit juice
1/2 - 3/4 oz. simple syrup
2 - 3 oz. Cold Club Soda
Rosemary and grapefruit garnish
Shake gin, juice and simple syrup with ice. Strain into chilled glass with ice. Top with club soda, stir and garnish.
If you want more oils of the rosemary to release into the cocktail, take a few rosemary pieces and put them in the shaker during the first step.
Its Espresso Martini time but with a twist.
Enjoy your favourite drink but with gin!
50ml John Tonys Gin
12.5ml Coffee Liqueur
2 dashes of Chocolate Bitters
Shaken once with ice, and then strained, dry shaken.
Serve in a martini glass with three coffee beans and orange twist.
Get your fix with John Tonys Gin.
Visited the @oxfordbotanicgarden today, after I read about their new Physic gin.
Lovely afternoon in the sun enjoying all the beautiful plants. Especially enjoyed the contemporary medicinal plant collection seeing species growing that contribute to some of the drugs I regularly prescribe. Bought a bottle of the gin from the shop on the way out to try at a later date- one review did say it was 'medicinal- in a good way' so thought it was worth a tasting!
Some background for those interested: Just 6 months after the opening of Oxford’s first distillery, The Oxford Artisan Distillery (TOAD) unveiled its second premium gin - a complex, richly botanical ‘Physic Gin’ created for the University of Oxford’s Botanic Garden.
Physic Gin, which carries the exclusive University of Oxford brand, is the first spirit to be launched under a 25-year licence allowing the distillery to produce alcoholic spirits for the world-famous university. Its formulation and design celebrate the history and current usage of the university’s extraordinary botanic garden – the oldest of its kind in the country. Founded in 1621 as a physicke (physic) garden for the teaching of herbal medicine, Oxford Botanic Garden was planted during the 1640s by its first keeper, Jacob Bobart the Elder.
It’s been a weekend full of midsummer celebrations here in Sweden 🇸🇪 With that in mind, this drink is packed with summer flavors with #stockholmsbranneri#pinkgin , lemon juice and rhubarb syrup cooked from homegrown rhubarb 👐
The best afternoon spent with @edgerton and @pinkribbonfoundation at @hiltonlondonsyon 💗🦋💗 The Butterfly Effect cocktail is utterly amazing. Why can't all afternoons be like this? #hiltonxedgerton#worldsfirstpinkgin