The sweet tart Gin Fizz has a fluffy, magical foam that rises to its top. Champagne cocktail with gin, the French 75. It’s elegant and festive. The Basil Gimlet is herbaceous, perfectly balanced. These gin cocktails are sure to impress: they’re easy to make and mix!
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Have you ever tried a Gin Fizz before? This is our favorite gin cocktail. The Gin Fizz is balanced in sweetness and tartness. The addition of soda water creates a fluffy egg white foam topping. It takes just 5 minutes to make. A shortlist of ingredients is required: gin and lime juice, maple syrup (or soda water), an egg white, and some sugar. For more information, visit the recipe!
Variation: White Lady Or Ramos Gin Fizz. This New Orleans version tastes just like lemon meringue cake!
There is no classic gin cocktail like THE Gin and Tonic. This refreshing, floral flavor is simple and yet intriguing. It only requires 2 ingredients. This is why it’s one of the most popular easy cocktails in the world. To make this drink to the next level, I took a few tips from the Spanish Gin tonic.
The Tom Collins is a classic cocktail that’s as timeless as they come! This tall highball drink, also known as a Gin Sour, is sweet and sour made with lemon juice and gin. It is refreshing and bubbly, making any night more enjoyable. Here’s exactly how to make this classic cocktail.
A French 75 is one of the most elegant and refreshing gin cocktails you can make: Although it has a strange name, the recipe is simple and only requires three ingredients: gin (lemon) and champagne. It is bubbly, tangy, and a little botanical and makes any occasion more special!
This classic cocktail is super refreshing, and it takes just 5 minutes to make! Gin gimlet was popularized in 1950, making it a great throwback drink. It’s easy to make and has the perfect balance between sweet and tart, with the botanical flavor of Gin. This fizz is similar to the gin fizz, but it doesn’t have a distinctive frothy fizz. This recipe requires only 3 ingredients!
Variations: Vodka; Gimlet; French Gimlet Or Basil Gimlet
A Southside is a classic cocktail that combines mint, lemon, lime, and gin cocktails. It can be described in the following way: Like a Mojito with gin! It is also very similar to a Tom Collins but it is not carbonated and contains lime and mint. “Southside”, the oldest known printed recipe, dates back to 1917.
Variation: Southside Fizz
It is tall and bubbly, making it one of the easiest cocktails to make. Try the Gin Rickey. This iconic cocktail was created in the 1880s and has been loved ever since. It’s irresistible and bubbly for a reason. This drink is perfect for those who love a Vodka Soda, or Gin and Tonic. This classic highball is simple and elegant.
This cocktail has a unique name, and it’s beautiful in pale pink! This refreshing and tangy cocktail is made with grapefruit juice and Gin. This cocktail is great for brunch or happy hour. It has a light summery feel, but it can also be used in winter when there is plenty of citruses.
Variation: Add a salt rim to make it a Salty Dog
The Gin Gin Mule is minty, bubbly, and refreshing! You might think it’s a just liquor swap in a Moscow Mule, but this cocktail is more than meets the eye! It’s a mix of the Mojito and mule. This classic cocktail is considered a modern classic. You’ve got the bubbly ginger beer and lime of a mule, balanced by the muddled mint and sweetness of a Mojito.
The Hanky Panky is a sophisticated gin cocktail that will make your friends talk about it! It is complex and nuanced with a smooth, delicious flavor that’s perfect for sipping. Fernet-Branca is the star of this cocktail. It’s an Italian bitter which adds a herbal punch. It is perfectly balanced, with a bit of sweetness and a lot of bitterness. This cocktail is irresistible.
The Negroni is a gin cocktail that has an Italian flair: it’s the Negroni. It is refreshing, bitter, complex, and something you will want to enjoy for a while. It looks stunning! It is a beautiful jewel-toned cocktail thanks to the bright red Campari. It only takes one ounce of each component to make this three-ingredient cocktail.
Variations: Boulevardier; Negroni Sbagliato; Old Pal; Americano Or Mezcal Negroni
The gin martini is last but not least! One of the most famous cocktails is the martini. It is a simple, refreshing, spirit-forward drink that can be enjoyed in one glass. It is rich in tradition and has many variations, including shaken or stirred, vodka or gin, straight or on rocks. Here’s how to make the classic dry martini…the best way!