If you haven’t already heard, Barentsz Gin has been at the drawing board once again. This time, the holiday season and the exotic Far East were the inspiration.
The result, a refreshing and floral flavoured Gin with Mandarin & Exotic Jasmine. Released in the summer before Christmas, these pretty orange bottles can be decorated with a simple bow or our miniatures can be used as the perfect stocking stuffer!
Our Jasmine Gin and Mandarin Gin can be used in a wide array of exciting and new cocktails that you can create easily to wow your friends and family.
Here are just a few for each season:
Autumn always makes me think of bright citrus and warm spices. This heady blend is the perfect match for our Barentsz Mandarin Gin. Mulled Gin features all things autumnal, from cinnamon sticks to orange bitters. To really bring out the fall vibes, use star anise and cloves and Barentsz’ Mandarin Gin. Heat ingredients except for the Gin stirring in sugar. Then use orange or mandarin twists inside the glass for the final wow!
Mulled Gin fits in well here, but for the winter holidays especially New Year, why not go glam with a White Lady. This cocktail looks like a crisp snowy day but the ingredients are sure to warm things up. There are a few different ways to create this classic but we think simple is best. 2 ounces of our Barentsz Jasmine Gin or use Mandarin Gin for an extra citrus boost and exotic floral aroma. Triple Sec or Orange Liqueur, and a freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Spring means warmer days and a Barentsz Tea hits the spot. Created by MixMann this cocktail features our Barentsz Mandarin & Jasmine Gin. Create your own Homemade Jasmine Tea then add Mandarin Gin, Averna Amaro, White Creme de Cacao, Fresh Grapefruit Juice, and Velvet Falernum. Garnish with a dried orange wheel and Orange-Infused Chocolate.
Last but not least summer screams refreshing G&T’s. Our Jasmine Gin is so smooth you can enjoy it neat or stirred with ice and tonic.
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