A gin fizz is similar to a classic Tom Collins, but with a creamy egg white top. In this version, we use juicy, in-season ruby red grapefruit juice for a blush tint and a beyond-easy homemade sage simple syrup.
Make this refreshing cocktail when the strawberries are abundant and are a deep, juicy red. The combination of herbal gin and bitter Campari calls to mind the profile of a classic Negroni, but if these spirits are not for you, feel free to skip the Campari altogether or swap out the gin for vodka or a light golden rum.
This cocktail is just as fun as the movie with the same name! We love this gin-based cocktail from Roka Akor.
Here’s one gin cocktail that couldn’t be easier to create. Just three ingredients, shaken and strained into a Collins glass from my friends at Blue Box, housed inside the Historic Pearl Brewery in San Antonio.
You’ve heard of the French 75. This ’77 from the Toulouse Cafe and Bar in ATX calls for gin, elderflower liqueur, plus grapefruit and lemon juice, shaken and strained into a coupe glass — topped with prosecco. Parisian perfection!