These easy to make gin cocktails all include Scottish gin, and are a welcome accompaniment to a warm day or as a weekend treat.
From a gin slushie to a tropical fizz, there's something for all tastes.
Keep it simple with a Kintyre Gin Eastside. This cocktail recipe puts a new spin on the vintage Southside.
A seriously refreshing cocktail that’s perfect for get-togethers or lazy summer afternoons.
50ml Kintyre Gin
25ml Lime juice
12.5 Sugar syrup
6 mint leaves
Shake over ice and strain into a glass.
Garnish with fresh mint leaves.
A sure way to keep cool this summer is with a refreshing frozen cocktail.
Strictly for grown-ups the Kintyre Pink Slushie is the perfect way to chill out in the summer sun.
35ml Kintyre Pink Gin
100ml Lemonade or tonic
Freeze in a tub overnight. Serve in a glass, top up with a bit more mixer and garnish with fresh raspberries.
This delicious fruity cooler can be made in bulk which makes it the perfect crowd pleaser and the blush-coloured hue makes it an Instagram worthy tipple.
A celebration of one of Britain’s best-loved summer berries, this cocktail has a bittersweet character and a refreshing, fruity finish.
Light and amble, this drink is perfect for a sunny afternoon tipple.
In a shaker, muddle the apple and the blackberry together.
Add the rest of ingredients and shake.
Double strain over ice and garnish with a blackberry.
Cocktail Tip: If you don’t have a shaker, a clean, empty jar will do the job, just remember to seal it before you start shaking – and be sure to strain all the fruit out before serving.
This vegan cocktail is ideal for sharing with friends in the garden.
1. In a large bowl, combine the gin, vermouth, elderflower, peach liqueurs, lemon syrup, and apple juice. Refrigerate for about four hours until it is chilled.
2. When chilled, stir in the tonic water and sparkling water.
3. Add ice and garnish with the apple, peaches, cucumber, and mint leaves.