Featured Gin Cocktails

Red Snapper

This gin cocktail is a classic eye opener.  Rather than a Bloody Mary, which uses vodka, this sister of the bloody mary uses Gin. 2 oz Gin Dash of Lemon juice (or lime) dash of Worcestershire sauce 2 or 3 drops Tabasco or your favorite hot sauce Over ice in a tall glass add tomato […]

Sloe Gin & Sloe Gin Fizz

The Sloe Gin Fizz is most certainly the greatest prodigy of Sloe Gin, that pinkish red concoction made of Sloe Berries. The sloe berry, sadly, is not grown in the US, and thus, authentic Sloe Gin is imported from its homeland in the  U.K. But don’t let this lack of native Sloe Gin stop you […]

Gin Sling — Recipe and History

A Gin Sling is an original cocktail. Some might even call it the Original American Cocktail, though that claim has long been disputed. Here’s a quip from the Oxford English Dictionary, from 1837. Yes, this drink has been around for a long long time.

1837 J. E. Alexander Narr. Voy. Observ. W. Afr. I. ix. 223 He invited us to take ‘gin sling’, or ‘cock-tail’, at the side-table.

Gin and Tonic

The Gin drink of Gin drinks. Easy. Effortless. Delicious.

Gin Fizz — Recipe and History

Here you’ll find the recipe for the Gin Fizz, as well as a wonderful literary adventure of the refreshing, seductive, and simple Gin Fizz.

Gin Gimlet Recipe

Gin Gimlets are a delicious and easy classic cocktail. I find that gin fanatics and novices both tend to enjoy them very much. The lime makes them especially refreshing on a hot evening.