British Garden Cocktail

Savour balmy afternoons in the backyard with this refreshing take on an English Garden cocktail, letting floral botanicals shine in the tropical Missfire Gin. Try garnishing with a ribbon of fresh cucumber to truly take you across the pond!

A traditional English Garden cocktail is a refreshing and floral drink that is perfect for spring and summer sipping. The key to making a great English Garden is to use high-quality gin and fresh, seasonal ingredients. Some common additions include cucumber, strawberries, mint, or lemon. These all add bright and aromatic flavors to the cocktail, making it a truly refreshing and enjoyable drink.

Experiment with garnishes for your favourite gins to see what combination you love best! Enjoy with friends and savour the flavours of the season.

- 30ml Missfire Gin

- 5ml Elderflower Syrup

- 12ml Lemon juice

- 75ml Cloudy apple juice

- Soda water

- Fresh apple slices

- Sprig of fresh mint

Shake all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice until frothy. Strain into a chilled highball glass over crushed ice. Top with soda and garnish with fresh apple and mint.

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This gin is a nod to you, our members. We’ve tasted hundreds of delicious Australian gins over the years and every year our tasting panel has the (really terrible) job of choosing their 12 favourite gins to share with you. It’s tough competition and they’re a very picky bunch!

Twelve months ago, we floated the idea of making something exclusively for our members; something one off and never to be repeated. It needed to be something for the collectors to add to their gin shelves and moreover, we had to make a product we were proud to share, and one delicious enough to get past our tasting panel!