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2.4 The negroni family

2.4 The negroni family

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SOMETHING DRY, SOMETHING SWEET, SOMETHING BITTER… IN EQUAL PARTS The bittersweet, yet refreshing and full-bodied Negroni is a stunning example of the classic gin cocktails that are currently returning to fashion. No longer are bartenders distracted by the vast array of magical gin flavours that dominated hen parties of the 20teens. Instead, we are focusing […]

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2.5 Adding some bubbles

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THERE’S ALWAYS AN EXCUSE FOR A BIT OF FIZZ. I’m sure many people had a similar introduction to the bubbly stuff – New Year’s Eve with your Auntie filling up your plastic cup with fizzy brut. I’ve loved sparkles ever since and always insist on having a bottle in the fridge, ready for any occasion. […]

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2.6 Scintillating citrus drinks

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LEARN TO MAKE THREE OF THE BEST ZINGY, CITRUS COCKTAILS Gin has a number of classic pairings; vermouth, bitters, and sparkling wine to name a few. A quality gin blends well with these companions because of its complex mix of botanicals. There is one more pairing to add to the list: citrus. Lemon, pink grapefruit, and orange peel feature […]

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2.7 Fabulously fruity cocktails

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TWO SEXY DRINKS AND THE TRICKS FOR USING EGG WHITES IN COCKTAILS There are times in the week when everyone feels a bit fruity. A bit naughty. At these times, I grab my bottles of Ludlow Dry Gins, reach for some British liqueurs and shake. Or sometimes, I just pour it all out over ice. […]

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2.8 Coffee concoctions

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THE EASIEST ESPRESSO MARTINI, THE RUSSIAN DOLLS AND ANOTHER NEGRONI Cocktail bars are run on coffee. Whether it’s Espresso Martinis on Saturday nights, or strong black coffees for the morning meetings, coffee is an essential. Along came the cold brew craze, and I was excited to see how I could get my coffee fix without […]

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3.1 Herb garden cocktails

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LEARN HOW TO MAKE COCKTAILS WITH FRESH HERBS When people think of herbs that go in cocktails, most limit themselves to mint. But there is a whole world of magnificent drinks made with a whole range of herb garden essentials. I’m going to introduce you to some amazing and unexpected flavour combinations. It will require […]

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3.2 Bottomless Brunch

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HOW TO MAKE A TASTY TREAT FOR THE MORNINGS AFTER THE NIGHTS BEFORE Cocktails should be drunk at any hour of the day. I always wonder why some of those amazing rooftop and riverside bars don’t open until after lunch. Sometimes, the best way to start the day is with a drink in your hand, […]

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3.3 Some like it hot

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LOOKING TO HEAT THINGS UP? CHECK OUT THESE HOTTIES When you use ice to chill gin, the ice melts slightly, diluting the alcohol content and allowing the flavours of the spirit to be expressed without the ‘burn’ of alcohol. Interestingly, if you heat gin, you’ll begin to boil off the alcohol, leaving a more intensely […]

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3.4 Sharing punches

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LEARN HOW TO MAKE SOPHISTICATED PUNCHES TO KEEP THE COCKTAILS FLOWING A punch, or sharer cocktail, is a great way to cater for the masses. Unfortunately, punches have a reputation for being sickly sweet affairs, full of orange juice and cheap spirits. This doesn’t have to be the case. By using a Ludlow Dry Gin, […]

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A garden party for six

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WE ARE ALMOST THERE, FOLKS! THE FIRST EASING OF LOCKDOWN RESTRICTIONS IS JUST A FEW DAYS AWAY AND IN TODAY’S EMAIL I WANT TO CREATE THE PERFECT GARDEN PARTY FOR SIX. IMAGINE A BEAUTIFUL SPRING EVENING, A FIRE PIT BURNING AWAY, MUSIC PLAYING AND YOUR FIRST GROUP OF LOVED ONES WITH YOU — ACTUALLY IN […]

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Ludlow Gin returns to the Three Choirs Festival

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THIS WEEKEND SEES THE EAGERLY-AWAITED RETURN OF THE THREE CHOIRS FESTIVAL. HAVING CELEBRATED ITS 300TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2015, THE THREE CHOIRS FESTIVAL IS THE LONGEST RUNNING NON-COMPETITIVE CLASSICAL MUSIC FESTIVAL IN THE WORLD. ROTATING BETWEEN THE BEAUTIFUL ENGLISH CATHEDRAL CITIES OF HEREFORD, GLOUCESTER AND WORCESTER, THE FESTIVAL HOSTS AN ANNUAL, WEEK-LONG, SUMMER PROGRAMME PACKED WITH […]

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Philharmonia Qurantini

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Stuck at home, unable to get fresh fruits for your cocktails? Our Quarantini is the perfect solution. Ingredients 1 part Philharmonia Gin 1 part Triplecello 1 part Orange Liqueur (we love Fortunella Golden Orange Liqueur) Orange twist to garnish Method Shake the ingredients with ice,use a sieve to strain into a martini or coupe glas

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Philharmonia Dry Martini

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The classic. The godfather. The timeless benchmark against which all cocktails are measured. Ingredients 3 parts Philharmonia Gin ½ part Dry vermouth (we love Noilly Prat & Dolin) Lemon twist to garnish Method Stir all the ingredients with ice in a mixing glass, strain into a martini or coupe glass,garnish with a lemon twist.

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Philharmonia Negroni

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The ultimate bittersweet classic. Burning a vivid amber, this is the drink for true cocktail lovers. Ingredients 1 part Philharmonia Gin 1 part Red vermouth (we love Paso Vermu) 1 part Campari Blood orange slice to garnish Method Add all three ingredients to a tumbler glass. Add ice and stir to chill. Garnish with a slice of […]

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Black Russian

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This delectable sipper is the perfect after dinner treat. Ingredients 2 parts Project X Orange twist to garnish Method Stir with ice in a tumbler glass. Garnish with an orange twist.

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Rosemary and Blueberry fizz

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This is a dirty cocktail. Dirty because you put it all in, bash it around and serve it as messy mix of incredible fruity and woody flavours. Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.2 or No.4) 1 part Fresh lemon juice Teaspoon granulated sugar 2 Rosemary sprigs 5/6 Blueberries Soda water Rosemary and blueberries to garnish […]

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Churchill Martini

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This is how great rulers drink their gin. Strong and bold with a touch of dry wit. Ingredients 3 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.1 or Navy Strength) A bottle of unopened dry vermouth Lemon twist to garnish Method Stir the gin with ice in a mixing glass while staring at the unopened bottle of dry vermouth. […]

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Tom Collins

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This is our (boozier) spin on an all-time classic. Enjoy while working late at the office, or in the evening sun. Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.1) 1 part Triplecello Soda water Lemon twist to garnish Method Add the gin and Triplecello to a highball glass. Fill with ice and top with […]

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Kir Royale

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Our twist on the ruby jewel of the sparkling cocktail world. Ingredients 1 part Triplecello 1 part White Heron British Cassis Chilled sparkling wine Lemon twist to garnish Method Add Triplecello and Cassis to a Champagne flute. Top with chilled sparkling wine. Garnish with a lemon twist.

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Wet Martini

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A little bit more vermouth for an intensely herbal Martini drinking experience. Ingredients 3 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.1 or Navy Strength) 1 part Dry vermouth Lemon twist to garnish Method Stir all the ingredients with ice in a mixing glass. Strain into a martini or coupe glass. Garnish with a lemon twist.

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White Lady

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She’s a soft, elegant sipper but by golly, she packs one hell of a punch. Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.2 or No.4) 1 part Orange Liqueur (We love Fortunella Golden Orange Liqueur) 1 part Fresh lemon juice ¾ part Sugar syrup An egg white Lemon twist to garnish Method Double shake and double […]

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Sage Sour

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An amazingly elegant fresh herb cocktail. Try making with runny honey for a golden glow. Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.5) 1 part Fresh lemon juice 1 part Sugar syrup/Honey Sage leaves An egg white Sage to garnish Method Muddle a handful of sage leaves in a shaker with lemon juice. Add the all the […]

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Dirty Martini

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If you’re feeling a bit naughty, get your lips on some of this. Ingredients 3 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.1 or Navy Strength) ½ part Dry vermouth Teaspoon olive brine Olives to garnish Method Stir all the ingredients with ice in a mixing glass. Strain into a martini or coupe glass. Garnish with an olive.

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