When the heat descends, gin is a classic pick for a late afternoon cocktail. Squeeze a little lime into that gin and tonic, add gin and basil to lemonade, or shake up a Negroni--you won't be sorry.
Alcoholic fizzy fruity drink for the summer time.
This is the official drink of Bermuda. Or maybe it’s not. The Rum Swizzle is. But maybe they should share the honor.
G&T, it just tastes like summer time.
Bar none my favorite Italian cocktail. I love it before dinner; the bitter herbal quality of the Campari seems to stimulate the appetite.
I can’t really explain the name. But the drink is ecumenical.
Rye whiskey and ginger ale. So simple, and yet the spice of the rye together with the ginger ale tastes complex.
I blame Paul Westerberg for my thinking these were made with rum. They're a gin cocktail. But there's that Replacements song where Westerberg, flirting with a woman at the airport bar, claims her Singapore Sling "could use some more rum." In this recipe, as in all others, the rum is optional.
Pimm’s itself is a heady combo of gin, fruit extracts, and various liqueurs. As cups go, this one’s #1. Polo, anyone?
See, there was this bar in Burma back in the day…. Who knows. But this is a tasty, tasty gin cocktail.
A refreshing summer drink that will put a smile on the face of everyone at your cookout.