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Winter Warmers from Brockmans


When nights are cold, guests need something more than a warm welcome. Brockmans Gin suggests these two delicious winter warmers, proving that gin is no longer just a summertime tipple.


The Hot Collins and Hot Ginger Toddy each require just a few basic ingredients. The result is anything but standard. Due to the extraordinary complexity of Brockmans Gin with its 11 botanicals including blueberries, blackberries, Valencian orange peel and lemon peel, these drinks taste intriguing and delicious. The garnishes involving warm spice notes that we associate with the festive season add a touch of glamour and appeal to the sense of smell right from the start.


Serve with a warm welcome and it will be a night your guests will remember.


Hot Ginger Toddy


50ml Brockmans Gin 6 dashes of Angostura Orange Bitters


premium ginger beer — gently warmed


Mix the cocktail ingredients and pour into a heat-proof glass or glass mug.


Garnish with orange


wedge/peel, star anise, and a cinnamon stick.


Hot Collins


50ml Brockmans Gin 25ml lemon juice


15ml agave syrup or honey 100ml boiling water


Mix all ingredients and pour into small mug or thick, heat-proof glass.


Garnish with clove-


studded grapefruit zest and a cinnamon stick.


brockmansgin.com 24 November 2020


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