3 PACK GIN | NY Cocktail | Craft Your Own Infusion
Each NY Cocktail Infusion mixer bottle contains a unique blend of fruits, spices and flavours to create sublime tasting cocktails in an instant
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3 PACK GIN

These fun 3 Pack NY Cocktail Infusion mixers are the perfect way to enjoy different cocktails on any occasion with your friends. Each 3 pack contains three mini bottles with different flavours designed to be paired with one liquor.

 

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This Gin 3 pack features:

 

NEGRONI

Suggested Pairing Liquor:       Gin
Suggested Mixer / Garnish:    Tonic Water/Orange Slice
 
The Negroni was crafted over a century ago and still today this cocktail is the perfect blend of sweet, bitter and dry all rolled into one.
 
Best served in an old fashioned glass, stirred and not shaken. Infuse with gin and served over ice. For a lighter option top up with tonic water. Garnish with a slice of orange.
 


 

SINGAPORE SLING
Suggested Pairing Liquor:       Gin
Suggested Mixer / Garnish:    Pineapple Juice / Lemon Slice & Cherry

 

With its roots as far back as the early 1900’s, this long drink was developed in Singapore to look like juice, with its rosy pink hues designed to appeal to women. This sweet and semi-sour cocktail is a favourite at parties. Best served in a highball glass over ice, infuse with gin and top up with pineapple juice. Garnish with a lemon slice and cherry.

 


 

TOM COLLINS
Suggested Pairing Liquor:      Gin
Suggested Mixer / Garnish:    Tonic Water / Orange Slices

 

This classic and iconic cocktail is a ‘wind down’ evening drink with historical beginnings. Slightly sweet with refreshing gin sour and citrus flavours, this simple mix is nicely complimented with an infusion of gin and tonic water. Serve in a highball glass on the rocks and garnish with a few slices of orange.

 

This Tom Collins which would be welcome in any classic New York bar.