Hot Mulled Sloe Gin


50mls Sloe Gin (Found in our Winter Gin Pack Here)

75ml Apple juice

50mls Water

Cinnamon stick

Cloves (3)

Slices of orange (half orange)

Nutmeg (pinch)

Method: Simmer ingredients (minus sloe gin) in a pan for 20 minutes or until caramelised. Remove cloves. Add sloe gin, warm to taste and serve. Serve in an old fashioned glass and garnish with orange and cinnamon stick.

Apple Chai G&T

Cocktail Ingredients

50ml Dry Gin or try a gin from our Winter Gin Tastings Pack

15ml Apple chai syrup*

Tonic, to top. Try Capi’s low sugar tonic.

Garnish: Star anise and cinnamon

Chai Syrup Ingredients

I cup Apple Cider

2 tbsp loose chai tea

1 cup demerara sugar

To make cocktail: Fill a tall glass with ice and add the gin and syrup.

Top with the tonic. Garnish with a star anise and cinnamon.

To make apple chai syrup: Simmer 1 cup apple cider with 2 tbsp loose chai for 3 minutes. Strain out tea. Mix in 1 cup demerara sugar until dissolved.

Gin OLd Fashioned

A very simple drink that highlights the festive flavours of the winter gin found in our winter gin tasting pack.


50ml Winter Gin (Found in our Winter Gin Pack)

1 sugar cube

1 tsp water

2 dashes Angostura bitters

Orange peel or dehydrated blood orange

Method: Place sugar in an Old Fashioned glass, add bitters and water then muddle until dissolved

Add the gin and a whole lot of cracked ice before stirring well. Garnish with a twist of orange


Classic Australian Negroni

A distinctly Australian version of the beloved Negroni cocktail.


50ml Australian craft gin

50ml Australian Amaro

50ml Australian sweet Vermouth

Method: Mix in an old fashioned glass over ice to taste and garnish with Australian orange peel.

Martini Recipe


Stirred NOT shaken.

50ml Gin Dry

Vermouth to taste

Orange Bitters


Before anything else, our great friend is The Martini Whisperer (Phillip A. Jones). He has even done a TEDx talk on the topic. We bow to his knowledge.

A Martini varies enormously according to your personal preference. There are books written specifically for this King of Cocktails. Whether Vodka or Gin, it is important that the vermouth should be fresh and the garnish appetising. Make sure the glass is ice cold. Stir your gin with the amount of dry vermouth you prefer, taste as you go, making sure there is at least some left when you get the measure just right. Add a few drops of Orange Bitters to taste. Garnishes can be traditional like an olive, a twist of lemon, or a pickled onion (by which it becomes a Gibson), or avant-garde with sage, thyme or orange.

CHERRY Gin Royale

This slightly sweet, slightly sharp Prosecco Royale mixed with sloe gin is the perfect festive drink to celebrate Christmas in July


25 ml Sloe gin (Found in our Winter Gin Pack)

25 ml Cherry brandy

50 ml Prosecco

1 Rosemary, sprig

1 Ice

Method: Fill a coupe glass with crushed ice and pour over the Prosecco. Hold the rosemary sprig in the palm of your hand and clap the other hand sharply over it to lightly bruise the leaves before dropping it into the glass. Slowly pour the sloe gin and cherry brandy into the glass so that they sink to the bottom. Serve immediately.