Anthony Delcros shows you the way to make the perfect “Society Collins” using our new Single Cask Gin

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The recipe for the Tom Collins first appeared in the 1876 edition of Jerry Thomas’ Bartender’s Guide. Of all long gin drinks the Collins is the most versatile and its basic combination of gin, sugar syrup, lemon juice and soda water can be played around with endlessly.

Why this serve? The Collins is an extremely versatile drink and an ideal choice for those who don’t like tonic water. This version uses elderflower to emphasise the herbaceous nature of Gee Whizz.

Ingredients: 50 ml gin, 50 ml lemon juice, 12.5 ml elderflower cordial, 12.5 ml shot sugar syrup Glassware: Tall Glass

Method: Build ingredients in the glass stirring well. Fizz up with bottled soda water stirring continuously as water is added. Add ice.

Download our serve sheet here and get creative with our Single Cask Spirits range:  SCS-serve-sheet-gin