Gin

Strawberry Basil Gin Sour

Strawberry Basil Gin Sour

I first created this cocktail in 2018, and it’s still a favorite fruity gin recipe for summer! My original post didn’t include a detailed recipe for the strawberry basil syrup, so today I’m revisiting this silky smooth cocktail and updating both the recipe and the photos. If you like fresh fruit and herb flavor pairings, this gin cocktail is one to shake up this spring/summer!

5 Classic New Orleans Cocktails for Mardi Gras

5 Classic New Orleans Cocktails for Mardi Gras

Happy Mardi Gras! If you’re searching for something classic to mix up today, try one of these delicious New Orleans-born cocktails. Sazerac The enduring mix of rye whiskey, simple syrup, Peychaud’s bitters and an absinthe rinse was created by Peychaud himself at the Sazerac Coffee …READ MORE

Ramos Gin Fizz

Ramos Gin Fizz

Originally known as the New Orleans Fizz, this gin cocktail was born in the Big Easy in the 1880s. The Ramos Gin Fizz is a tall, creamy, citrusy classic with sky-high foam. It’s made with gin, lemon, lime, cream, simple syrup, orange blossom water, egg …READ MORE

Blood Orange & Turmeric Collins

Blood Orange & Turmeric Collins

Blood oranges are one of the (few) things that make me excited for winter time. Their gorgeous color and sweet, almost raspberry-like flavor sets them apart from other citrus fruits and brightens up these dreary February days. I created this Blood Orange & Turmeric Collins …READ MORE

Mandarin Ginger Gin Sour

Mandarin Ginger Gin Sour

Disclosure: This post may contain Amazon affiliate links. This means that if you click through and make a purchase, I will earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. Every winter, I feel a little excitement when I see those tiny, super sweet …READ MORE

Raspberry Rose Floradora

Raspberry Rose Floradora

A Valentine’s Day twist on a classic gin cocktail The Floradora is a classic gin cocktail made with raspberry syrup, lime juice, and ginger ale. It’s fruity, refreshing, and a very pretty pink, too! I’m not sure why the Floradora isn’t a better known gin …READ MORE