Cocktail and words by Morten from behind the popular blog thecocktail.blog. Text continues after the photos. Rum and lime goes so extremely well together - different kind of Rums goes even better together, with both limes and some syrups, all mixed togetherThis is the quite simple recipe for today's VERY delicious and satisfying Red TippleDo you have a favorite Rum pairing yourself?Today I'm using my newly acquired Honey Rum from To Gents which has excellent sweet Honey notes and aromas to it - This Rum just reminded me that I use way too little Honey in my Cocktails in general - so...
Old Scandinavian Forest Fashioned Created by @thecocktail.blog on Instagram. He went for one his absolute personal favourite of the year.As Morten describes is;This time sweetened and rounded by some ever so delicious French Vanilla syrup and some Chocolate bitters (really goes with everything I have learned) Recipe:Build directly in glass with a large rock or several small ones,3 cl. To Gents Pinerum3 cl. To Gents Redrum1.5 cl. French Vanilla Syrup 1 Dash (2 if you dare) Chocolate Bitters Stir patiently for about 2:07 minutes or preferred dilutionGarnish with a burning rosemary twig.
Soyday cocktail Created by Jeannie Mixco.We made a cocktail using our classic Redrum.Yes a cocktail made with a hint of soy sauce, have you tried that or have we gone mad.It tasted awesome btw as the sweetness from the rum paired well with the salty flavour from the soy sauce. See our recipe below or make your own cocktail creation with Redrum. Recipe: 6 cl To Gents Redrum 12 cl ginger beer2 cl lemon juice 2 teaspoon Blis Gourmet barrel aged soy sauce
Raspy Lavender Created by @thecocktail.blog on Instagram. Recipe:5 cl. Anniversary Gin2.5 cl. Freshly squeezed lime juice1.5 cl. To Gents Raspberry Liqueur1.5 cl. Lavender and Blueberry Syrup A wee drops of Green Chartreuse Shake all with plenty iceStrain into a chilled coupe over a large clear ice blockGarnish with orange peel
Autumn Gent Created by Jeannie Mixco. In order to bring a hint of sunshine into the Scandinavian living rooms on this cold, rainy & glum evening we present Autumn Gent decorated with colourful flowers. Recipe: 6 cl To Gents Redrum 12 cl ginger beer 2 cl lemon juice 2 teaspoon barrel aged maple syrup Blis Gourmet