CHELTENHAM GIN RECIPE & MIXER IDEAS.
For all the drinks, we recommend a 50ml serving of gin (if other spirit is added, decrease the amount of gin appropriately) and a 100ml serving of tonic water. This is 1:2 parts in cocktail terms. Use a nice long glass or even better, a large Spanish-style copa glass with a stem and a big mouth (any decent wine glasses will work for this). Fill the glass right to the top with plenty of ice and use straws if you wish. All tonic should be Indian tonic unless stated otherwise.
Take one measure of Cheltenham Gin and pour a tablespoon of elderflower liqueur in. Add equal parts tonic water and champagne, garnish with a sage leaf or two and a lemon wedge.
Pair Cheltenham Gin with an elderflower flavoured tonic, then garnish with long ribbons of cucumber and a sprig of mint for an elegant classic.
Add a dash of Rhubarb Cordial to your standard G&T for a sweet alternative that tastes of victory. Try it with Rhubarb Liqueur for a drink that will make you a front-runner.