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Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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‘Stuart’s Fancy Drinks And How To Mix Them’. The first recorded recipe of a DRY Martini, and still as good as ever
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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Replacing vermouth with sherry allows for the perfect Martini to accompany food.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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This is the perfect recipe for those who think they don’t like martinis, or easy brunchtime sipping.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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The two earliest references to a Gibson both called for Plymouth Gin, now with bars pickling their own onions, tomatoes, mushrooms and the like…the Gibson is back!
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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A Plymouth Gin recipe straight from the pages of the second most popular cocktail book in history.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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Another Plymouth Gin Savoy classic; adding just a hint of sweetness to the classic dry recipe.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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A somewhat forgotten family of simple, delicious and refreshing classic cocktails. A great alternative to a G&T, it’s easy to make at home or call for in a bar.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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A simple twist on the classic Gin Buck for lovers of a Spritz, with a nod to the original ‘Pink Gin’ cocktail made famous by British Royal Naval Sailors.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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A fresh, green twist on the classic Gin Buck. Perfect for lovers of Mojitos and Southside cocktails
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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Any day is a Spritz day. This is a deliciously simple, light and refreshing Spritz that is low in sugar but high in style and drinkability.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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A favourite from the Bahamas that’s impossible to put down. When your mood says ‘holiday’, this can take you there, wherever you are!
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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A classic from the British Royal Navy. Smooth and easy to drink, no sugars, full of flavour.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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O.H. Byron’s ‘The Modern Bartenders’ Guide’ (1884). This book recorded the first Martinez recipe, which was to be made the same as a Manhattan, except using gin not whisky. Unhelpfully, he lists two Manhattan recipes! This new recipe uses ingredients from both, and uses whiskey to bring a hint of grain and wood; flavors that were part of gin at that time.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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Tim Daly, ‘Daly’s Bartenders’ Encyclopedia’ (1903). This is the earliest recorded version of a Tuxedo in a cocktail book and the original calls for Maple Gin. This version uses maple syrup and Plymouth Gin instead, and is an elegant Martinez alternative.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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The Refectory Bar (2004-Present day). Inspired by recipes of the Savoy Cocktail Book this recipe has been the house Martini of the bar since it was launched back in 2004. Designed to be a Martini with broad appeal; approachable and enticing whilst still being ‘serious’ enough for the seasoned Martini fan.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Sloe Gin
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Not as sweet as you may think, this recipe was inspired by Martini style drinks that pre-date the evolution of the Dry style Martini.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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A desert lover’s Martini. Take a small spoonful of the ‘cheesecake’ to coat the palate then take a sip of the Martini, allowing it to wash across your palate and combine with rich creaminess. Not only does this produce a delicious combination but also cleans the palate ready to repeat the tasty process.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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A California inspired smoky martini. A fifty-fifty recipe using this nutty, dried fruit, sherry based sweet vermouth, then given a hint of smoke by way of a splash of mezcal. This combination is lifted with a double citrus twist then finished with a sliced dried apricot that imparts a hint of fruit into the drink and is even more delicious to eat at the end once it has sat and soaked into the drink.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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A fresh, simple and now popular take on the classic Plymouth Gin cocktail created by the British Royal Navy in the 1800s. Originally a combination of Plymouth Gin and Rose’s Lime Cordial (taken on-board ship from 1867 to prevent scurvy). The Gimlet migrated to cocktail bars; where Plymouth Gin and Rose’s Lime Cordial were stirred down and served ‘up. Today, homemade cordials or this fresh version are the GO!
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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A simple, elderflower variation on the classic Gimlet. A pinch of salt helps the flavours ‘pop’ on the palate. Make the cordial separately, bottle and leave in the fridge for when the time is right to make one of these tasty little drinks! The name references the fact that lime cordial was taken every day to prevent scurvy and it is also the surname of Harriet, the manager of the Refectory Bar in the home of Plymouth Gin.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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Who world have guessed that the Negroni would become so popular that it would have a whole week dedicated to it every year?! Well, it has, so here is a lighter take on the classic Negroni following another modern and delicious trend…the Spritz.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Sloe Gin
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One of the most popular cocktails on sale at the Refectory Bar, the iconic cocktail bar located in the Plymouth Gin Distillery itself. After years of popularity in the bar, it seemed time to share the recipe with the rest of the world!
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Gin
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It’s perfect for brunch or lunch, as an aperitif, or for late night celebrations…simply put, it’s a drink that’s always in the right place at the right time.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Plymouth Sloe Gin
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A tradition of the British Royal Navy is to raise the Gin Pennant (a triangular green flag with a white vertical stripe down the center) when in port as a signal to invite officers from other ships to come aboard for hospitality…and Gin of course! This easy to drink ‘Fruit Cup’ style cocktail is a celebration of that ethos; bringing new friends and old together over a glass of gin!
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Mr. King's 1942 Recipe
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A little bitterness from the Italian Aperitivo brings out the floral notes of this gin on the palate and orange citrus combined well with the juniper of the gin to produce a light a delicate take on the classic Pink Gin
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Mr. King's 1942 Recipe
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Light and refreshing. This simple G&T brings top notes to the gin while allowing the flavour of the gin to come through.
Plymouth Gin Cocktails
Mr. King's 1942 Recipe
An elegant classic recipe long overdue a return to popularity. Dry juniper and sweet vermouth combine to create a smooth, rich and complex combination punctuated with a hint of bitter orange and lifted with fresh lemon oils to bring the drink into perfect balance.