Salcombe Gin – Signature Serve Cocktail

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Salcombe Gin launches new signature serve cocktail collection

SIGNATURE SERVE –The ultimate citrus led G&T using Salcombe Gin ‘Start Point’ served with Fever Tree Premium Indian Tonic Water.  Best served simply 1 part gin to no more than 3 parts tonic, with plenty of quality ice in a copa style or large red wine glass, garnished with a slice of red grapefruit.  Unlike many gins, Salcombe Gin ‘Start Point’ retains its flavour and aroma for a longer period in the glass.

 

 

 

SIGNATURE SERVE RECIPE  

Ingredients

  • 50ml Salcombe Gin ‘Start Point’
  • 150ml chilled Fever Tree Premium Indian Tonic Water
  • Ice
  • Red grapefruit for garnish

 

Method

  • Fill a copa glass ¾ with cubed ice.
  • Slice and add a ¼ slice of red grapefruit to the glass.
  • Add 50ml Salcombe Gin ‘Start Point’.
  • Add 150ml of Fever Tree Premium Indian Tonic Water.
  • Gently stir and serve.

Launched in July 2016 to critical acclaim, Salcombe Gin ‘Start Point’ has received a number of notable awards over the past year including the coveted 3 Stars at the Great Taste Awards and Best Producer award at the Food & Drink Devon Awards. International success was achieved with Double Gold at the renowned San Francisco World Spirit Competition and Gold at the World Drinks Awards.

Salcombe Gin ‘Start Point’ is hand distilled in South Devon using only the finest hand sourced ingredients. The zesty blend of grapefruits, lemons and limes is a nod to the famous Salcombe Fruiters, who imported over 80% of the citrus fruits to England during the 19th century.  Harbouring distinct notes of ruby red grapefruit, along with the heady, earthy pine notes of the finest Macedonia juniper, Salcombe Gin is the perfect combination of aromas and flavours with an incredible balance and length of finish.

For more information about Salcombe Distilling Co. visit www.salcombegin.com,
email ilovegin@salcombegin.com or call 01548 288180. To keep up to date with the latest news follow @SalcombeGin on Twitter and ‘like’ SalcombeGin on Facebook.

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