Summertime is Gin Time

Last Updated June 12, 2017
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The burst of botanicals in gin makes it the perfect summer drink. You can't go wrong with a classic gin & tonic or gin martini, but here are some other drink recipes to try. Photo courtesy of flickr user ProFlowers, cc license 2.0.

Strawberry Key Lime Gin Fizz

Girl pouring Gin fiz at a cocktail party
Egg white gives this cocktail a perfectly foamy finish, while Congaree and Penn's Strawberry Key Lime shrub adds a fun, fruity kick.

Gin Basil Smash Cocktail

gin basil smash cocktail recipe
This drink demonstrates so ably how fresh ingredients can be incorporated into everyday drinking cocktails. Head to your kitchen garden or snag a big bunch of basil at the farmers’ market, and you...

Lavender Gin Sour

Lavender Gin Sour
This simple sour drink follows the classic sour recipe of 2 parts spirit to 1 part each citrus and sweet. The sweet lavender, tart lemon and aromatic gin complement each other beautifully on your nose...

Gin Blossom Cocktail

gin blossom
This crafty cocktail utilizes whey as an ingredient to put a fun twist on this gin blossom drink.

Divvy's Gin Lemonade

Divvy's Gin Lemonade Cocktail
These drinks are great to sip solo or share with your friends. Serving Size: Approximately 2 glasses.

Rhubarb Gin & Tonic

rhubarb gin and tonic
Try this refreshing twist on a classic cocktail. Use gin from Ottawa’s North of 7 Distillery, tonic from Jack’s Tonique and rhubarb from your garden or farmers’ market, to make an impressive...

Ramos Rose Gin Fizz

Delicate and creamy, this gin fizz goes nicely beside French toast topped with fresh berries or a late-morning salad.

Pink Gin Mule

Pink Gin Mule
Apply a pro tip for this drink: Use large ice cubes and an aggressive shake to thoroughly blend the drink and cut apart the mint leaves.
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