Brockmans Gin, a super premium, new-style gin, is gearing up for the winter months with a fresh batch of seasonal cocktail recipes.

BrockmansGin-bottle

This winter, accounts are stepping away from traditional warm mulled wines and hot whiskey drinks and transitioning to new and refreshing options for consumers to sip on.

“It is a common misconception that gin cocktails are only suitable for warm weather months,” explains Bob Fowkes, Director and Co-Founder of Brockmans Gin. “The versatile range of botanicals used in Brockmans, including orange peel and almond in addition to traditional juniper berries, complements cocktails all year long.”

Throughout the season, Brockmans will be working with accounts to include its contemporary gin on drink menus to change the standard of winter cocktails.

Brockmans Bramble – The Flatiron Room in New York City, NY

BrockmansBrambleInPost

  • 2 oz. Brockmans Gin
  • 3/4 oz. Blackberry Purée
  • 1/2 oz. Freshly squeezed Lemon juice
  • 1/4 oz. Homemade Cinnamon syrup

Method: Build up in a old fashioned glass with pellet ice, garnished with fresh blackberry.


Le Jardin – Gaslight in Boston, MA

  • 1 1/2 oz. Brockmans Gin
  • 3 slices of cucumber, quartered
  • 3/4 oz. St. Elder
  • 2 oz. White grape juice
  • 1/2 oz. Lemon juice

Method:

  1. Muddle cucumber.
  2. Shake and strain into martini class.
  3. Garnish with a slice of cucumber.

Cranberry Frost – Peacock Inn in Princeton, NJ

  • 2 oz. Brockmans Gin
  • 3 oz. Cranberry Shrub
  • Fresh Squeeze Lime
  • Rhubarb Bitters

Method: Mix all into a shaker. Pour into highball glass.

Brockmans Gin is available in 750 mL at an SRP of $34.99. For more information, visit www.BrockmansGin.com.