New recipes

Citrus Zinger Gin Cocktail

Citrus Zinger Gin Cocktail

Ingredients

  • 2 Ounces club soda
  • 1 Ounce gin, such as London No. 1 Gin
  • 1/2 Ounce dry vermouth, such as La Quintinye Vermouth Royal Extra Dry
  • 1/2 Ounce fresh lemon juice
  • 1/2 Ounce simple syrup
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • 1 strip lemon zest
  • 1 strip orange zest

Directions

Muddle the mint and simply syrup together in a glass.

Stir in the gin, vermouth, and lemon juice. Top with soda and fill the glass with ice. Garnish with mint leaves, orange zest, and lemon zest.

Tags


Foghorn Mixed Drink

The foghorn is one of the great classic cocktails that New York City's Waldorf Astoria hotel made famous. It's a very simple mixed drink that brings gin and ginger beer together. Fans of the vodka-based Moscow mule will find it familiar, though the switch to gin gives it a fascinating taste. Classically served in an old-fashioned glass, the foghorn can also be made as a highball drink by adding more ginger beer to fill.

Traditionally made with Old Tom gin, modern interpretations of the foghorn have resorted to a London dry gin like Beefeater. Old Tom is a sweeter gin that pairs wonderfully with a spicy ginger beer. While the sweeter style was difficult to find outside of the United Kingdom for a number of years, brands like Aviation, Gin Lane, and Hayman's have revived the classic style and increased its availability. Just as with the gin and tonic, it's hard to find a gin that doesn't work in the foghorn, so go ahead and pour whatever you have available. Each brand will give a new experience, and you'll likely find that some pair better with certain ginger beers.

The foghorn is sometimes made with ginger ale lime juice is the only thing that differentiates that choice from a gin buck. If that substitution is based on a dislike for spicy ginger beers, there are milder options, as the ginger beer market has expanded significantly in recent years. With the resurgence of both the original gin and the variety of ginger beers, it's an excellent time to revisit this classic and mix it up in its original form.


Foghorn Mixed Drink

The foghorn is one of the great classic cocktails that New York City's Waldorf Astoria hotel made famous. It's a very simple mixed drink that brings gin and ginger beer together. Fans of the vodka-based Moscow mule will find it familiar, though the switch to gin gives it a fascinating taste. Classically served in an old-fashioned glass, the foghorn can also be made as a highball drink by adding more ginger beer to fill.

Traditionally made with Old Tom gin, modern interpretations of the foghorn have resorted to a London dry gin like Beefeater. Old Tom is a sweeter gin that pairs wonderfully with a spicy ginger beer. While the sweeter style was difficult to find outside of the United Kingdom for a number of years, brands like Aviation, Gin Lane, and Hayman's have revived the classic style and increased its availability. Just as with the gin and tonic, it's hard to find a gin that doesn't work in the foghorn, so go ahead and pour whatever you have available. Each brand will give a new experience, and you'll likely find that some pair better with certain ginger beers.

The foghorn is sometimes made with ginger ale lime juice is the only thing that differentiates that choice from a gin buck. If that substitution is based on a dislike for spicy ginger beers, there are milder options, as the ginger beer market has expanded significantly in recent years. With the resurgence of both the original gin and the variety of ginger beers, it's an excellent time to revisit this classic and mix it up in its original form.


Foghorn Mixed Drink

The foghorn is one of the great classic cocktails that New York City's Waldorf Astoria hotel made famous. It's a very simple mixed drink that brings gin and ginger beer together. Fans of the vodka-based Moscow mule will find it familiar, though the switch to gin gives it a fascinating taste. Classically served in an old-fashioned glass, the foghorn can also be made as a highball drink by adding more ginger beer to fill.

Traditionally made with Old Tom gin, modern interpretations of the foghorn have resorted to a London dry gin like Beefeater. Old Tom is a sweeter gin that pairs wonderfully with a spicy ginger beer. While the sweeter style was difficult to find outside of the United Kingdom for a number of years, brands like Aviation, Gin Lane, and Hayman's have revived the classic style and increased its availability. Just as with the gin and tonic, it's hard to find a gin that doesn't work in the foghorn, so go ahead and pour whatever you have available. Each brand will give a new experience, and you'll likely find that some pair better with certain ginger beers.

The foghorn is sometimes made with ginger ale lime juice is the only thing that differentiates that choice from a gin buck. If that substitution is based on a dislike for spicy ginger beers, there are milder options, as the ginger beer market has expanded significantly in recent years. With the resurgence of both the original gin and the variety of ginger beers, it's an excellent time to revisit this classic and mix it up in its original form.


Foghorn Mixed Drink

The foghorn is one of the great classic cocktails that New York City's Waldorf Astoria hotel made famous. It's a very simple mixed drink that brings gin and ginger beer together. Fans of the vodka-based Moscow mule will find it familiar, though the switch to gin gives it a fascinating taste. Classically served in an old-fashioned glass, the foghorn can also be made as a highball drink by adding more ginger beer to fill.

Traditionally made with Old Tom gin, modern interpretations of the foghorn have resorted to a London dry gin like Beefeater. Old Tom is a sweeter gin that pairs wonderfully with a spicy ginger beer. While the sweeter style was difficult to find outside of the United Kingdom for a number of years, brands like Aviation, Gin Lane, and Hayman's have revived the classic style and increased its availability. Just as with the gin and tonic, it's hard to find a gin that doesn't work in the foghorn, so go ahead and pour whatever you have available. Each brand will give a new experience, and you'll likely find that some pair better with certain ginger beers.

The foghorn is sometimes made with ginger ale lime juice is the only thing that differentiates that choice from a gin buck. If that substitution is based on a dislike for spicy ginger beers, there are milder options, as the ginger beer market has expanded significantly in recent years. With the resurgence of both the original gin and the variety of ginger beers, it's an excellent time to revisit this classic and mix it up in its original form.


Foghorn Mixed Drink

The foghorn is one of the great classic cocktails that New York City's Waldorf Astoria hotel made famous. It's a very simple mixed drink that brings gin and ginger beer together. Fans of the vodka-based Moscow mule will find it familiar, though the switch to gin gives it a fascinating taste. Classically served in an old-fashioned glass, the foghorn can also be made as a highball drink by adding more ginger beer to fill.

Traditionally made with Old Tom gin, modern interpretations of the foghorn have resorted to a London dry gin like Beefeater. Old Tom is a sweeter gin that pairs wonderfully with a spicy ginger beer. While the sweeter style was difficult to find outside of the United Kingdom for a number of years, brands like Aviation, Gin Lane, and Hayman's have revived the classic style and increased its availability. Just as with the gin and tonic, it's hard to find a gin that doesn't work in the foghorn, so go ahead and pour whatever you have available. Each brand will give a new experience, and you'll likely find that some pair better with certain ginger beers.

The foghorn is sometimes made with ginger ale lime juice is the only thing that differentiates that choice from a gin buck. If that substitution is based on a dislike for spicy ginger beers, there are milder options, as the ginger beer market has expanded significantly in recent years. With the resurgence of both the original gin and the variety of ginger beers, it's an excellent time to revisit this classic and mix it up in its original form.


Foghorn Mixed Drink

The foghorn is one of the great classic cocktails that New York City's Waldorf Astoria hotel made famous. It's a very simple mixed drink that brings gin and ginger beer together. Fans of the vodka-based Moscow mule will find it familiar, though the switch to gin gives it a fascinating taste. Classically served in an old-fashioned glass, the foghorn can also be made as a highball drink by adding more ginger beer to fill.

Traditionally made with Old Tom gin, modern interpretations of the foghorn have resorted to a London dry gin like Beefeater. Old Tom is a sweeter gin that pairs wonderfully with a spicy ginger beer. While the sweeter style was difficult to find outside of the United Kingdom for a number of years, brands like Aviation, Gin Lane, and Hayman's have revived the classic style and increased its availability. Just as with the gin and tonic, it's hard to find a gin that doesn't work in the foghorn, so go ahead and pour whatever you have available. Each brand will give a new experience, and you'll likely find that some pair better with certain ginger beers.

The foghorn is sometimes made with ginger ale lime juice is the only thing that differentiates that choice from a gin buck. If that substitution is based on a dislike for spicy ginger beers, there are milder options, as the ginger beer market has expanded significantly in recent years. With the resurgence of both the original gin and the variety of ginger beers, it's an excellent time to revisit this classic and mix it up in its original form.


Foghorn Mixed Drink

The foghorn is one of the great classic cocktails that New York City's Waldorf Astoria hotel made famous. It's a very simple mixed drink that brings gin and ginger beer together. Fans of the vodka-based Moscow mule will find it familiar, though the switch to gin gives it a fascinating taste. Classically served in an old-fashioned glass, the foghorn can also be made as a highball drink by adding more ginger beer to fill.

Traditionally made with Old Tom gin, modern interpretations of the foghorn have resorted to a London dry gin like Beefeater. Old Tom is a sweeter gin that pairs wonderfully with a spicy ginger beer. While the sweeter style was difficult to find outside of the United Kingdom for a number of years, brands like Aviation, Gin Lane, and Hayman's have revived the classic style and increased its availability. Just as with the gin and tonic, it's hard to find a gin that doesn't work in the foghorn, so go ahead and pour whatever you have available. Each brand will give a new experience, and you'll likely find that some pair better with certain ginger beers.

The foghorn is sometimes made with ginger ale lime juice is the only thing that differentiates that choice from a gin buck. If that substitution is based on a dislike for spicy ginger beers, there are milder options, as the ginger beer market has expanded significantly in recent years. With the resurgence of both the original gin and the variety of ginger beers, it's an excellent time to revisit this classic and mix it up in its original form.


Foghorn Mixed Drink

The foghorn is one of the great classic cocktails that New York City's Waldorf Astoria hotel made famous. It's a very simple mixed drink that brings gin and ginger beer together. Fans of the vodka-based Moscow mule will find it familiar, though the switch to gin gives it a fascinating taste. Classically served in an old-fashioned glass, the foghorn can also be made as a highball drink by adding more ginger beer to fill.

Traditionally made with Old Tom gin, modern interpretations of the foghorn have resorted to a London dry gin like Beefeater. Old Tom is a sweeter gin that pairs wonderfully with a spicy ginger beer. While the sweeter style was difficult to find outside of the United Kingdom for a number of years, brands like Aviation, Gin Lane, and Hayman's have revived the classic style and increased its availability. Just as with the gin and tonic, it's hard to find a gin that doesn't work in the foghorn, so go ahead and pour whatever you have available. Each brand will give a new experience, and you'll likely find that some pair better with certain ginger beers.

The foghorn is sometimes made with ginger ale lime juice is the only thing that differentiates that choice from a gin buck. If that substitution is based on a dislike for spicy ginger beers, there are milder options, as the ginger beer market has expanded significantly in recent years. With the resurgence of both the original gin and the variety of ginger beers, it's an excellent time to revisit this classic and mix it up in its original form.


Foghorn Mixed Drink

The foghorn is one of the great classic cocktails that New York City's Waldorf Astoria hotel made famous. It's a very simple mixed drink that brings gin and ginger beer together. Fans of the vodka-based Moscow mule will find it familiar, though the switch to gin gives it a fascinating taste. Classically served in an old-fashioned glass, the foghorn can also be made as a highball drink by adding more ginger beer to fill.

Traditionally made with Old Tom gin, modern interpretations of the foghorn have resorted to a London dry gin like Beefeater. Old Tom is a sweeter gin that pairs wonderfully with a spicy ginger beer. While the sweeter style was difficult to find outside of the United Kingdom for a number of years, brands like Aviation, Gin Lane, and Hayman's have revived the classic style and increased its availability. Just as with the gin and tonic, it's hard to find a gin that doesn't work in the foghorn, so go ahead and pour whatever you have available. Each brand will give a new experience, and you'll likely find that some pair better with certain ginger beers.

The foghorn is sometimes made with ginger ale lime juice is the only thing that differentiates that choice from a gin buck. If that substitution is based on a dislike for spicy ginger beers, there are milder options, as the ginger beer market has expanded significantly in recent years. With the resurgence of both the original gin and the variety of ginger beers, it's an excellent time to revisit this classic and mix it up in its original form.


Foghorn Mixed Drink

The foghorn is one of the great classic cocktails that New York City's Waldorf Astoria hotel made famous. It's a very simple mixed drink that brings gin and ginger beer together. Fans of the vodka-based Moscow mule will find it familiar, though the switch to gin gives it a fascinating taste. Classically served in an old-fashioned glass, the foghorn can also be made as a highball drink by adding more ginger beer to fill.

Traditionally made with Old Tom gin, modern interpretations of the foghorn have resorted to a London dry gin like Beefeater. Old Tom is a sweeter gin that pairs wonderfully with a spicy ginger beer. While the sweeter style was difficult to find outside of the United Kingdom for a number of years, brands like Aviation, Gin Lane, and Hayman's have revived the classic style and increased its availability. Just as with the gin and tonic, it's hard to find a gin that doesn't work in the foghorn, so go ahead and pour whatever you have available. Each brand will give a new experience, and you'll likely find that some pair better with certain ginger beers.

The foghorn is sometimes made with ginger ale lime juice is the only thing that differentiates that choice from a gin buck. If that substitution is based on a dislike for spicy ginger beers, there are milder options, as the ginger beer market has expanded significantly in recent years. With the resurgence of both the original gin and the variety of ginger beers, it's an excellent time to revisit this classic and mix it up in its original form.


Watch the video: Gin u0026 Bitter Lemon - Cocktail (December 2021).