Our Tasting Notes
releasing sweet-scented fresh citrus and a touch of spice. The persistent hints of orange make this gin gentle, approachable and delicious.
Spanish Gin Tonic
The three Camino restaurants in London (http://www.camino.uk.com/) are offering Brighton gin in their Spanish Gin Tonic from this week - our first venue in London! It's delicious - and the orange really works well with Brighton Gin. Here's how:
Spanish Gin Tonic a la Camino using Brighton Gin
Spanish Gin Tonic a la Camino
50ml Brighton Gin
4 - 6 triangle bits of orange
long piece of orange peel
1 large gin glass
Fill glass with to the top with ice, add the gin and orange triangles, top with 1724 tonic (3 quarters of the bottle), stir and place orange peel on top.
The Brighton Beach
It’s spring and the sun has at last begun to show a bit of well-turned ankle and we’re starting to dream about heading to our beloved Brighton beach (I mean, who needs sand when you can have shingle?). And so we’ve made sure that our latest Serve of the Month is ideal for such a capricious time of year: long, cool and refreshing in case it’s sunny; warm, spicy and invigorating in case it’s not.
50ml Brighton Gin
King's Ginger Liqueur
Fever Tree Tonic
Fever Tree Ginger Beer
Pour the Brighton Gin into a tall glass. Add a tiny, hint of a whisper of a suspicion of King’s Ginger Liqueur. Top up with Fever Tree Tonic and Fever Tree Ginger Beer – half and half – add some ice, stir briefly and garnish with a sprig of mint and a slice of lime.
Serve with a jaunty straw and expectant grin.
Henry G. JeffreysWine columnist for The Lady, Empire of Drinks in the Guardian, and contributor to The Spectator
"I really like your gin. It's my favourite of the many many 'boutique' gins I've been sent."