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.
This staple gin cocktail needs no introduction. Its origins lie in a method of making quinine, taken by British officers overseas to prevent malaria, more palatable. Consumed today by many but arguably not for medicinal reasons. Garnishing with either rosemary or orange will amplify Campfire Gin’s rich botanical structure.
1 part Campfire London Dry Gin
2 parts Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water
Add ice to suit and garnish with
rosemary or fresh orange