Cocktail Recipes

Cocktail Recipes

“Hendricks Cucumber & Mint Gimlet”
 
Ingredients:
50mls Hendricks Gin (or any gin you have in)
25mls fresh lime (approx 1/2 lime squeezed)
6/8 mint leaves 
1/4 cucumber 
 
Prep time: 3 minutes
 
Steps to make it:
1. Gather the Ingredients.
2. Pour the ingredients into a large glass full of ice: 50 mls gin / 25 mls lime juice / 1/4 of a cumcumber diced / 6/8 mint leaves.
3. Stir well.
4. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
5. Garnish with a sprig of mint and some cucumber.
6. Enjoy !!

“Minke Gin Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri”
- 50 ml Minke Irish Gin or your gin of choice (we think Minke is perfect for this drink à Irish gin & Irish strawberries, what could be better)
- 35 ml Cranberry Juice
- 25 ml Lime Juice
- 2 table spoons of sugar
- 8 Fresh Strawberries (or Frozen)
- Glass of ice
- Garnish: A large strawberry & a mint sprig

Prep time: 4 minutes
 
Steps to make it:
1.         Gather the Ingredients.
2.         Put the ingredients into a blender (50 mls gin / 35 mls cranberry juice / 25mls lime juice / 2 table spoons of sugar / 8 strawberries & a glass of ice).
3.         Blend until you no longer here the ice rattling off the blender walls
4.         Pour into a balloon glass or wine glass
5.         Garnish with a large strawberry & a mint sprig.
6.         Enjoy !!

“Warriors of the Glen”
Ingredients the Signature Morrison Way
- 40 ml Black Bush Whiskey
- 10 ml Benedictine
- 25 ml Lemongrass Syrup
- 2 dashes of Rhubarb Bitters
- 25 ml Egg White
- 25 ml Fresh Lemon Juice
- Garnish: orange twist

Alternative simple version
- 50 ml Black Bush Whiskey or the whiskey of your choice
- 25 ml Egg White
- 25 ml Fresh Lemon Juice
- Garnish: orange twist

Prep time: 3 minutes
 
Steps to make it:
1.         Gather the Ingredients.
2.         Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker (50 mls whiskey / 25 mls egg white / 25mls lemon juice).
3.         Add 2 table spoons of sugar before shaking, if you like your cocktail a little sweeter
4.         Shake vigorously, so that the egg white will form a lovely fluffy head.
5.         Strain into a rocks glass over ice or a martini/coup glass without ice.
6.         Garnish with an orange twist.
7.         Enjoy !!


“Book of Love”
- 50 ml Bombay Sapphire Gin or the gin of your choice (but we really recommend Bombay Sapphire in this one)
- 25 ml Raspberry Syrup (if you don’t have or can’t find raspberry syrup, muddle 8 decent size raspberries in your shaker)
- 15 ml lemon juice
- 25 ml egg white
- 2 table spoons of sugar
- Garnish: 3 fresh raspberries & a mint leaf

Prep time: 3 minutes

**A tip from Derek, our Bar Manager, on alternatives to a cocktail shaker, that you can find around the home
  • A Jam/Pasta Sauce Jar - We are sure most of you will have a jam jar or old pasta sauce jar lying around or one that is almost finished. Simply wash it out, fill with ice and ingredients, screw the lid on tightly and shake hard!
  • Sports Bottle –  A leak proof sports bottles is the perfect cocktail shaker - just make sure you close the spout first 😊!
  • Protein Shaker - It's main use is to shake liquids, so why not use it to shake better liquids!



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