Beyond Gin and Tonic: Other Cocktail Recipes You Can Try Using Gin + Surprising Food Pairing!

Article published at: 2021年6月11日 Article tag: featured-posts
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There’s nothing better than chilling on the beach basking under the sun, throwing back a glass of Gin and Tonic. With fine-tunes, some of your favorite sushi rolls, and an iced cold glass of G&T, you’ve created the perfect summer day. G&T is one of the most popular drinks because of its light and refreshing flavors.


However, if you want to know about other gin cocktails that you can try making for the next time you’re feeling experimental and adventurous, we’ve got you covered. With great quality gin, the possibilities are endless. When you want to give your G&T a glow up, you can try out these recipes as well as some food pairings that you might not know about:

1. Brockman's Autumn Tonic

Brockman's Autumn Tonic

Brockmans Autumn Tonic is the perfect cocktail for a warm get-together with your friends and family or a cozy, romantic evening with bae. Pour Brockman’s gin, some Spiced Pear Liqueur, lemon juice, syrup, tonic water, garnished with star anise, and a silver pear, you’ve recreated the sultry taste of autumn – sweet and spice.

We hear that this cocktail is best paired with chocolates, nuts, some cheese, or anything spicy. With Brockmans top of line quality, you’re sure to have an elegant time.

2. Gin Cucumber and Chartreuse

Gin Cucumber and Chartreuse

Gin, Cucumber, and Chartreuse is another fine recipe you should try for nights you just want to chill. It’s also a great backyard or picnic drink that goes with your favorite salmon dish. 

In case you didn’t know, Chartreuse is a kind of liqueur from France with a strong and rich taste. It’s also the only liqueur in the whole world that’s green in color. Mixed with gin and cucumber, and some lemon juice, this cocktail is an alternative for a G&T cocktail that tastes as refreshing. 

3. Martini


They say the martini is “the only American invention as perfect as a sonnet.” No wonder why Winston Churchill loved his martinis.

It’s a fine cocktail that you can make with gin and vermouth, and garnish with an olive or lemon twist. We have a recipe that you can try out in case you haven’t tried one of the best-known cocktails in the world. Enjoy your martini with sharp cheeses or salty nuts to enhance its flavor. Thank us later.

5. Hendrick’s Gin and Tonic

Hendrick’s Gin and Tonic

They say that the key to the best gin and tonic is high-quality gin. We know we said we’d give you more options but we just couldn’t keep out Hendrick’s G&T recipe from this list of cocktails you should try making. Amplify your G&T experience by ordering fresh salmon sashimi or your favorite sushi rolls. 

6. Wild Rose Sours

Wild Rose Sours

This is a special cocktail that you can DIY whenever you’re feeling fancy. Get yourself The Botanist gin and create a superb cocktail with lemon juice, wild rose petal syrup, sugar syrup, egg white, and rose petals. You can pair it with your favorite avocado toast for your next fancy brunch. 

7. The Amelia Earhart

The Amelia Earhart

Get to know the first female aviator, Amelia Earheart through aviation’s cocktail. With an oz of gin, freshly pressed lemon juice, rhubarb syrup jam, and sparkling wine, you’ve got yourself a perfect summer cocktail. The next time you plan to host a little get-together, bring out your Amelia Earheart recipe to impress your guests!

8. Negroni


At a party, the negroni is usually served as an aperitif. Because of its bittersweet flavors and slightly overpowering Campari taste, it’s a cocktail drink that you either love or hate. It’s the perfect drink to match with your charcuterie plate – bold cheeses complement this drink perfectly.

To make a Negroni, all you need are some Campari, gin, and vermouth and you have yourself a bittersweet yet fine cocktail.

9. Gin & Pink

Gin & Pink

Gin & pink is definitely an underrated drink. It’s a refreshing cocktail that’s perfect for this weather. It’s like G&T with a glow-up.

Gin & pink drinkers usually play around with lemonade or prosecco to tonic water then add some fruit garnishes to balance everything out. If you want to upgrade your G&T experience, you can try out our gin & pink recipe. You can try this with your next picnic day. Prepare some cheese platters, your favorite sandwich, or order baked salmon and you’ve created the perfect G&P day.  


Out with the old and in with the new. If you’re searching for some change in your life, these gin cocktails sound like a great idea to explore. Get top-of-the-line and high-quality gin from us. The next time you’re hosting a mini get-together, impress your guests with these new cocktail recipes + food pairing recommendations that we’ve laid out for you!