Cocktail Recipes

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Mixing cocktails with Silver Fox Gin

Mixing cocktails is both easy and a lot of fun, you don’t have to have a masters degree in chemistry. Armed with a sufficient supply of Silver Fox Gin and a few classic cocktail recipes your inner bartender can be unleashed !

Cocktail-1

Rupert Campbell Black

25 ml  Silver Fox Gin

25 ml  Chip Dry White Port

25 ml  Aperol

Ice, garnish with a slice of orange

Cocktail-2

The Bloody Fox

30 ml  Silver Fox Gin

15 ml  Dry Sherry

120 ml  Tomato Juice

15 ml  Lemon Juice

7 drops  Tabasco

4 dashes of Worcestershire

2 pinches of celery salt

2 grinds of Black pepper

ice

Cocktail-3b

A Foxy Lady

50 ml  Silver Fox Gin

25 ml  Grenadine

50 ml  Chilled fizzy water

Szechuan peppercorns

Twist of black pepper

3 drops of Angostura Bitters

Chilled

Cocktail-4b

Fox Trot

25 ml  Silver Fox Gin

50 ml  Crabbies Original Ginger Beer

Slice of Orange

Ice

Cocktail-6

Fox in the Rocks

Silver Fox Gin

poured over Borage Flower ice cubes

Garnish with cucumber

Cocktail-5b

Headless Chicken

(Too many and you soon will be)

25 ml  Silver Fox Gin

25 ml  Brandy

1 sugar cube

Ice

The Perfect Silver Fox Gin & Tonic

To make a truly special gin and tonic, there are many possibilities that incorporate Silver Fox Gin…here are three recipes for you to try, or experiment to create your own favourite.

  • Fill a freezer chilled highball glass with ice and two thinly sliced lengths of cucumber.
  • Pour 50 ml Silver Fox Gin over the ice.
  • Add the tonic water to taste.
  • Add a twist of lemon peel.
    Don’t be tempted to squeeze more lemon on top as this masks the true flavour created from the botanicals of the gin.
    Contemplate for a moment while the flavours meld into sublime perfection.

 

  • In a tumbler
  • over ice pour 50 ml Silver Fox Gin
  • Add a slice of orange
  • Add Tonic water of choice to own taste

 

  • Chilled highball glass
  • Thin strips of cucumber
  • Ice
  • 50 ml Silver Fox Gin
  • Add Tonic water of choice to own taste
  • Garnish with a twist of lemon (or lime)

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