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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!