Burleighs Gin Suggested Serves

18/03/2016

Suggested Serves

Burleighs Gin & Tonic

The fresh fruit accentuates the orange peel used in the botanical mix by Master Distiller, Jamie Baxter, delivering a sweet citrus freshness unique to Burleighs Gin.

 

50ml Burleighs London Dry Gin

Fill with Fever Tree Tonic

 

Method: Build

Glass: High Ball

Garnish: Orange Wedge

 

 

Burleighs Martini

The origin of the martini is certainly unclear unlike the drink. Opulent, crystal, fresh and clean. An eternal classic showcasing the precious Burleighs Export Strength for the definitive Gin Martini. The Martini "the only American invention as perfect as the sonnet"

 

70ml Burleighs Export Strength Gin

10ml Dry Vermouth

 

Method: Stir

Glass: Coupet

Garnish: Sprig of Pine

 

 

Burleighs Negroni

In Florence 1919, Count Camillo Negroni famously asked Caffè Casoni bartender, Fosco Scarselli, 'po piu robusto' his Americano, adding gin to make a more robust flavour. We add just a little more Burleighs Gin to the classic recipe to highlight the Eucalyptus notes from the Silver Birch botanical unique to Burleighs Gin.

 

40ml Burleighs London Dry Gin

30ml Campari

30ml Sweet Vermouth

 

Method: Stir

Glass: Old fashioned tumbler

Garnish: Orange Zest

 

 

Burleighs St Clements

Oranges and Lemons, say the Bells of St. Clements. Gaining inspiration from historical London, this refreshing cooler works brilliantly with Burleighs. 

 

50ml Burleighs London Dry Gin

35ml Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice

Bitter Lemon Top

 

Method: Build

Glass: Highball

Garnish: Orange Wheel

 

 

Burleighs White Lady

Created at the Savoy Hotel 'American Bar' by Harry Cradock the White Lady appears in the infamous 1930 Savoy Cocktail Book. The fresh orange notes in Burleighs Export Strength Gin pair effortlessly with the bitter orange Cointreau and fresh lemon juice. The addition of silky smooth egg white binds the flavours in this timeless classic cocktail.

 

45ml Burleighs Export Strength Gin

20ml Cointreau

20ml Fresh Lemon Juice

20ml Egg White (Optional)

10ml Sugar Syrup

 

Method: Shake with ice followed by shake without ice

Glass: Cocktail Glass

Garnish: Lemon Zest

 

Burleighs Autumn Leaves

The aromatic additions heighten the unique botanicals of Burleighs Gin.

 

30ml Burleighs London Dry Gin

15ml Triple Sec

15ml Noilly Prat

15ml Campari

 

Method: Build

Glass: Rocks

Garnish: Blackberries

Burleighs Woodland Martinez

The addition of mushroom bitters is both a nod to nature and brining a rich complexity to this aromatic masterpiece.

 

40ml Burleighs London Dry Gin

20ml Cocchi di Torino

5ml VS Absinthe

2x drops Mushroom Bitters

 

Method: Stir

Glass: Coupet

Garnish: Sprig of Lavender

 

Burleighs Citronella Sling

All the flavours of Thailand combine to make this exotic twist on the classic Ramos Fizz. Kaffir-lime infused Burleighs Signature Gin with galangal, lemomgrass, coconut cream and a touch of egg white for a fluffy texture, lengthened with Fever Tree Bitter Lemon.

50ml Kaffir-lime redistilled Signature

5ml Lemon juice

5ml Lime juice

20ml Lemongrass/Galangal syrup

20ml Coconut cream

20ml Egg White

Fever Tree Bitter Lemon

 

Method: Shake, fine strain, top

Glass: Finesse

Garnish: Lemongrass

Burleighs Distillers Garden

Celery Compressed Burleighs Distillers Cut shaken with pressed apple, lemon, grapefruit and rosemary. An approachable and delicious signature serve that will leave your mouth watering.

50ml Burleighs Distillers Cut

15ml Lemon juice

60ml Apple juice

10ml Rosemary Syrup

1 dash Grapefruit Bitters

 

Method: Shake, fine strain

Glass: Rocks B

Garnish: Shaved Apple & Rosemary Spring

 

 


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