In The Mood For Gin? Try Out These 3 Easy Cocktail Recipes

Suruchi Patwary , 10 Sep 2019

Gin based cocktails have a special place in my heart, TBH! And as much as I love drinking them, I also enjoy making them at home when my bank account doesn’t look very happy. If you’re someone who relates to this and wants to know quick gin cocktail recipes, then here you go! Scroll down to read 3 easy recipes that will leave you wanting for another round, on repeat.

1. The Cadillac Style: Like a gin lemonade, but more like driving Cadillacs in your dreams!

The Cadillac Style By The Daily Bar & Kitchen
The Cadillac Style By The Daily Bar & Kitchen

What You’ll Need

55ml Gin

5ml Midori

2pcs lemongrass

2pcs Kaffir leaf

60ml cranberry juice

30ml sweet n sour

Choice of Glass: Martini

Method:  Muddle And Shake

Here’s How You Can Put It All Together

Pre-chill a martini glass. Muddle some kaffir leaves and lemongrass in a cocktail shaker. Now add the gin, Midori and cranberry juice, ice cubes and shake it well! Proceed to double strain the concoction in a pre-chilled martini glass and garnish with some kaffir leaves. Your drink is ready!

2. The Bronx: A refreshing libation for any time of the day, as wild as the Bronx Zoo!

The Bronx By The Daily Bar & Kitchen
The Bronx By The Daily Bar & Kitchen

What You’ll Need

50ml Gin

5ml Vermouth Rosso

5ml Vermouth Dry

60ml orange juice

30ml sweet n sour

Choice of Glass: Rock Glass

Method: Shake

Here’s How You Can Put It All Together

Pre-chill a martini glass. Add all the ingredients to a cocktail shaker, throw in some ice cubes and shake away. Double strain the mix in a pre-chilled martini glass and drink it up!

3. The Shimmer Ball: It will make you want to spike your afternoon tea, all day every day.

Shimmer Ball By The Daily Bar & Kitchen
Shimmer Ball By The Daily Bar & Kitchen

What You’ll Need

60ml cranberry infused camomile tea

3-4 pcs basil

30ml sweet n sour

2pcs dates

Choice of Glass: Martini

Method: Muddled And Shaken

Here’s How You Can Put It All Together

Pre-chill a martini glass. Muddle basil and dates in a cocktail shaker. Add the other ingredients and ice cubes. Shake well and double strain into the pre-chilled martini glass. Garnish with basil leaves.

The next time you host a house party, surprise your friends with these tasty gin cocktails! If you have a favourite cocktail recipe, do share with us in the comments below.

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