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Kings Cup

Kings Cup

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An unusual ginger creation, fit for a King! Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.3) 1 part The King’s Ginger Liqueur 1 part Fresh lemon juice 1 part Sugar syrup/Golden syrup Slice of ginger and lemon zest to garnish Method Shake the ingredients with ice. Strain into a tumbler glass filled with ice. Garnish […]

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Martinez

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Said to be the precursor to the Martini, this gin-spin on a Manhattan is a gorgeous classic. Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love Navy Strength) 1 part Red vermouth ½ part Maraschino liqueur 2 dash Angostura Bitters Orange twist to garnish Method Stir all the ingredients with ice in a mixing glass. Strain into a […]

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Italicus Spritz

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Close your eyes and picture the sunlight dancing on the Mediterranean Sea. This is the refreshing taste of Italy. Ingredients 1 part Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.2 or No.5) 1 part Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto Chilled sparkling wine Soda water Blood orange slice and olives to garnish Method Fill a large wine glass with ice. […]

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Black Negroni

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A reinvention of an Italian classic using rich flavours that complement the complexity of our coffee liqueur. Ingredients 1 part Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.3) 1 part Project X 1 part Chocolate (We love Mozart Dark Chocolate Liqueur) or Amaretto liqueur Orange twist to garnish Method Stir all three parts with ice in a […]

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Italicus Negroni

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A lighter, fruitier spin on the bittersweet classic. The olives aren’t just for garnishing! Ingredients 1 part Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.1 or No.5) 1 part Dry vermouth 1 part Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto Olives to garnish Method Add all three ingredients to a tumbler glass. Add ice and stir to chill. Garnish with three olives.

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Basil Smash

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A wonderfully refreshing, bright green drink. Unusual, but it works. Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.1) 1 part Fresh lemon juice 1 part Sugar syrup Basil leaves Basil to garnish Method Muddle a handful of basil leaves with lemon juice in the bottom of a shaker. Add gin and sugar and shake with ice. […]

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Pink Martini

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The Queen likes this drink with Dubonnet. But, try with Lillet Rouge for a tingle of spice across your tongue. Ingredients 1 part Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.4) 2 parts Lillet Rouge Frozen summer fruits to garnish Method Stir all the ingredients with ice in a mixing glass. Strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a summer […]

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Red Snapper

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The gin brother of the Bloody Mary. This is a much more refined brunch cocktail, but experiment with condiments for your perfect mix. Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.3 or No.4) 1 part Red vermouth 1 part Campari 1/2 part Fresh lemon juice 1/2 part Fresh lime juice 4 parts Tomato juice 2 dashes Worcestershire Sauce […]

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White Russian

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Rich and indulgent, this is for those who like cream around their lips. Ingredients 2 parts Project X 2 parts Double Cream 1 part Sugar syrup Cocoa powder to garnish Method Stir the Project X with ice in a tumbler glass. Add the double cream and sugar syrup to a shaker. Shake and double strain […]

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Espresso Martini

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The easiest way to make this gorgeously creamy and exquisite classic coffee cocktail at home. Ingredients 4 parts Project X Coffee beans to garnish Method Shake the ingredients with ice. Use a sieve to strain into a martini or coupe glass.

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Ludlow Quarantini

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Stuck at home, unable to get fresh fruits for your cocktails? Our Quarantini is the perfect solution. Ingredients 1 part Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.2) 1 part Triplecello 1 part Orange Liqueur (We love Fortunella Golden Orange Liqueur) Lemon twist to garnish Method Shake the ingredients with ice. Use a sieve to […]

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Pink Gin

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A seriously aromatic and bitter sipper. Enjoy straight up, or add ice and tonic water for a longer drink. Ingredients 3 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.1 or Navy Strength) 3-4 dashes Angostura Bitters Lemon twist to garnish Method Stir all the ingredients with ice in a mixing glass. Strain into a martini or coupe glass. Garnish […]

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Negroni

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The ultimate bittersweet classic. Burning a vivid red, this is the drink for cocktail lovers. Ingredients 1 part Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.3) 1 part Red vermouth 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 […]

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Gin&It

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An authentic Italian cocktail with very little glamour. Chill your gin and vermouth in the fridge for a slightly more sophisticated touch. Ingredients 1 part Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.3) 2 parts Red vermouth Blood orange slice to garnish Method Add gin and red vermouth to a tumbler glass. Garnish with a slice […]

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Blonde Martini

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Our little take on the classic martini, we use the wonderful and citrussy Lillet Blanc to add a little blond twist… Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.5) 1 part Lillet Blanc Lemon twist to garnish Method Fill a cocktail shaker with ice, add your gin and Lillet Blanc. Shake and strain into […]

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Pink Lady

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Everything looks pretty in pink. This gorgeous little number is light and fluffy with a beautiful fruity body. Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.4) 1 part White Heron British Cassis/Framboise 1 part Fresh lemon juice 1 part Sugar syrup An egg white Rose petals or dried hibiscus to garnish Method Double […]

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Gimlet

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An accidental citrus classic discovered by scurvy suffering sailors. This is a gorgeously refreshing way to take your Vitamin C. Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Dry Gin – your choice (We love Navy Strength or No.2) 1 part Fresh lime juice 1 part Sugar syrup Lime wedge to garnish Method Shake the ingredients with ice. Use a sieve to […]

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Contessa Negroni

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Discover why the Queen Mother was such a fan of this bitter beauty. Burning a brilliant orange, this is a regal cocktail. Ingredients 1 part Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.1 or No.4) 1 part Dry vermouth 1 part Aperol Slice of blood orange to garnish Method Add all three ingredients to a tumbler glass. Add ice […]

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Bramble

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Designed to be the most British drink possible. Lose yourself in this refreshingly fruity, yet zingy, spring cocktail.  Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.4) 1 part Triplecello 1 part White Heron British Cassis Blackberries and lemon twist to garnish Method Add Cassis to the bottom of a tumbler glass. Fill with […]

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Spring Spritz

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Our little spring take on this timeless classic. The Spritz, invented by Austrian soldiers who simply couldn’t handle the Venetian strong wine. Ingredients 2 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.5) 1/3 part Belvoir elderflower cordial Chilled sparkling wine Soda water Mint, cucumber and lemon to garnish Method Insert cucumber strips into a large glass […]

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Bianco Negroni

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The Negroni, but not as you know it.We adore the French bitters Suze, we can’t drink it neat as they do, but it makes the perfect addition to this little beauty. Ingredients 1 part Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.5) 1 part Noilly Prat 1 part Suze Sprig of thyme to garnish  Method Fill […]

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French 75

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Soixante Quinze, simply ’75’. Dating from the early 20th century at the New York Bar in Paris. The cocktail was said to have such a kick that it felt like being shelled by the most powerful French 75mm field gun! Ingredients 1 part Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.5) 1 part Triplecello Chilled […]

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Creating our new Platinum Jubilee Earl Grey Gin

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Last year I identified a superb source of dried bergamot – it’s surprisingly rare, well most of it does go into tea after all.

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Dry Martini

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The classic. The godfather. The timeless benchmark against which all cocktails are measured. Ingredients 3 parts Ludlow Gin – your choice (We love No.1 or Navy Strength) ½ 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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