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  • Brockmans Bets On Botanicals and Berries

    Gin as a spirit category “has come back from the dead more times than Dracula,” according to David McNicoll, New York market manager for Brockmans gin. Speaking at a tasting and lunch at Mother’s... Read More »

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  • Portobello Road

    2 oz. Gin 1 oz. Lemon juice ½ oz. Apple juice ½ oz. Simple syrup 3 Cucumber slices 2 Jalapeño slices 3 Blueberries 3 Blackberries 3 Strawberries 3 Raspberries... Read More »
  • Happy Endings

    Whether steamingor chilled, served in a coffee mug or cocktail glass, dessert drinks are a fun way to cap off dinner or indulge in a sweet treat at the... Read More »
  • Next of Gin

    Cocktail insiders have been saying it for years, but this time, maybe gin really is in. Interest in the classic cocktails, new products and different styles of gin are... Read More »
  • Le Jardin

    1 ½ oz. Brockmans gin ¾ oz. St. Elder elderflower liqueur 2 oz. White grape juice ½ oz. Lemon juice Muddle cucumber in mixing glass. Add other ingredients and... Read More »
  • Davos Brands Adds Aviation Gin

    New York-based luxury spirits importer/marketer Davos Brands recently announced that it has added Aviation American Gin to its portfolio. House Spirits Distillery in Portland, OR, launched Aviation in 2006 as... Read More »
  • Bloomsbury Punch

    (Makes 16 servings) 20 oz. Tanqueray London Dry gin 6 oz. Fresh lemon juice 10 oz. Earl Grey tea 7 oz. Granulated sugar ½ oz. Orange bitters In a clean jar or pitcher, combine four... Read More »
  • Uncle Val’s Peppered Gin

    35 Maple Street Spirits of Sonoma, California has spiced up their portfolio with Uncle Val’s Peppered Gin, a new handcrafted gin infused with red peppers, black peppers and pimento. All-natural... Read More »