Not everyone is going to sit by the fire gazing at the stars whilst sipping a remarkably smooth splash of neat Campfire Gin, so here are some alternative serves.
BONE DRY MARTINI
Bone Dry refers to a martini made with a mere hint of vermouth. According to Noel Coward ‘A perfect martini should be made by filling a glass with gin, then waving it in the general direction of Italy’. Now we won’t get picky here but a ‘perfect martini’ is something different and we use French not Italian vermouth. Here’s our take on things. Remember this is a serving for 2 people!
150ml Campfire London Dry Gin (room temperature)
25ml Dolin Dry Vermouth (fridge temperature)
Orange peel flower garnishes
Fill a cocktail shaker half full of ice.
Pour in the vermouth and stir to coat the ice.
Using a strainer pour away the vermouth.
Now add the gin to strip the remaining
vermouth from the ice.
Stir for 20 seconds and strain into pre-chilled martini glasses.
Garnish with 3 orange peel flowers.