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Cocktails Feature


BROCKMANS GIN - PURPLE HEARTS PINK ROSES FOR VALENTINE’S DAY


When love is in the air, elegant new cocktails should be on that menu.


Darkly seductive Brockmans Gin, the gin like no other, is famed for its blueberry and blackberry notes. Now, giving you time to plan ahead for Valentine’s Day or just to add a zing of colour into January evenings, Brockmans has unleashed two glorious cocktails that ring with romance in both taste and colour...


Ingredients:


• 50ml Brockmans Gin • 45ml Beetroot Juice • 200ml Rekorderlig Wild Berry Cider


• Dehydrated Beetroot or Edible Flowers


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Method:


Add 50ml Brockmans and 45ml Beetroot juice to a shaker and shake over ice. Strain into a stemmed Copa glass filled with ice. Then top with Rekorderlig Wild Berry Cider and give it a gentle stir. Garnish: with a very thin slice of dehydrated beetroot and edible flowers for an early touch of Spring.


Ingredients:


• 45ml Brockmans Gin • 25ml Combier Rose Liqueur • 100ml Sweet Rosé Wine


• 2 x Small Scoops of Crushed Ice


Brockmans Purple Spring


Method:


Add 45ml Brockmans Gin, 25ml Combier Rose Liqueur, 5ml Lemon juice and 100ml Rosé wine to a shaker and shake over ice. Then strain the contents into a large stemmed wine glass filled with crushed ice. Alternatively add all the ingredients into a blender with ice cubes and blend until the ice is crushed, then scoop the frozen mixture into a large stemmed wine glass. Garnish: With sugared or fresh rose petals.


22 JANUARY 2018 WWW.VENUE-INSIGHT.COM


With love from Brockmans Gin


www.brockmansgin.com


Brockmans FROSÉ


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