Ever wonder whether to serve a gin with a chestnut skewer, cucumber tongue or sprig of rosemary? If you have, help is at hand in the form of this awesome gin wheel from The Gin Foundry, which works by matching up a garnish to a gin’s ingredients.
You're jonesing for juniper, but you just can't decide what cocktail to partake in this evening. Well, let The Savory help you out with this handy flow chart, then head over to our drinks page and find all the recipes that you need to make your cocktails.
New Gin and Tonic Recipes: The Classic Cocktail Gets an Artisanal Reboot
The second in a series of instructional ‘how to serve’ postcards for Elephant Gin. 1. Fill glass with large ice cubes. 2. Chill glass by stirring the ice. 3. Pour 5cl of Elephant Sloe Gin 4. Slowly add 20cl of Premium Tonic Water 5. Add 1-2 drops of Orange Bitters 6. Garnish with an Orange Twist Enjoy…