The Perfect Pink Gin Spritz

It’s at this time of year that I’m trying to do my best to make summer last a little longer.  Making a lovely fresh and summery cocktail when the sun is shining is just one way to achieve that.  And, I’ve been trying a bottle of Gordon’s Pink – a Pink Gin that is made with an original recipe from the 1880s – which seems just perfect for that. 

 It’s flavoured with natural summer fruits – raspberries, strawberries and redcurrant blended with Gordon’s gin.  The result, all packed into the prettiest bottle is a blushing pink gin that can’t help but remind you of summer sunshine.  When you open the bottle, there’s a fabulous berry scent – Wimbledon, picnics in the park, hedgerows full of flowers and more.  It’s overwhelmingly summer in a bottle.

So, if you are looking for a way to make summer last just that little bit longer – why not try for yourself.  Sadly I’ll be sticking to regular Gin and Tonic or to Sloe Gin (which I love!) in the future.  And, of course, having tasted a pink gin spritz you can guess that it is exactly what I am craving right now!

A delicious pink gin spritz using Gordon's pink gin

50 ml Gordon's® Premium Pink Distilled Gin
50 ml tonic water we liked Fever-Tree Sicilian Lemon Tonic
50 ml Prosecco
Fresh strawberries

Muddle a few strawberries to extract a couple of teaspoons of fresh juice.
Fill a large coupe glass with ice,
Add 50 mls Gordon's Pink
Top up the glass with 50ml Sicilian Lemon Tonic and 50ml Prosecco and mix together gently

Garnish with more fresh strawberries and serve
For a sweeter version use lemonade instead of lemon tonic


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