In is a perfect spirit for warm weather. Bitter and refreshing, nothing is better than a gin and tonic if you need to cool off on a blistering summer’s day. But do not take your gin out of the liqueur cupboard when the temperature drops. It fits as well to the cooler weather. We’ve collected our favorite cold weather cocktail cocktails – recipes.

Gin Cocktails- Tonic + Lemon

Gin beautifully absorbs the winter spices. Our spiced pear collins combine a rich pear puree with a simple rosemary syrup and clove for a woody autumnal drink. Our sweet gin symphony and conquistador gin and tonic with a slight aniseed note both create a festive mood.

Gin Cocktail Gin + Blackberry

Even more warming than a spiced cocktail brings a hot-spiced cocktail. Our Pearman Toddy Pear Gin with Cinnamon is a warm cocktail that will make you comfortable in the dark winter.
It is worth looking north for inspiration. Full of Icelandic flavors, the dry Viking Martini combines Martin Miller’s gin with tannin, spruce-flavored Björk liqueur and herbaceous Alpine Amaro to create a complex, layered drink that’s perfect for a chilly evening.

Martin Miller’s Gin Cocktail
What is the best way to warm yourself in the cold? Of course with fire! The Big Red blended grapefruit juice and cinnamon-infused syrup with a thick, light-lit gin invites you to sip.
You will find all these recipes and several in our collection of Cold Weather Gin Cocktail Recipes!

Gin Cocktails- Conquistador / Conquistador

In the most famous bars in the US, this fruity gin and tonic is mixed with a home-made citrus fennel tonic and spiced apple celery juice, then garnished with fragrant fennel and star anise.

Gin Cocktails – Queen Victoria Tonic

Homemade tonic is combined with raspberry flavored Orris spice and peppery, flowery grains of paradise to complement the specific taste profile of Bombay Sapphire Gin.

Gin Cocktails- Viking Martini

Bottled at the same place in Iceland, this lighter, dry Martin Miller gin and tannin, spruce-flavored Björk liqueur make a great duo, especially with bitter and a herbaceous Alpine Amaro in this layered beverage that suits the cold northern region well ,

Gin Cocktails – Amber Negroni

In the classic cocktail of Braulio, an Italian herbal Amaro, the classic cocktail is replaced with a traditional sweet vermouth with Lillet and Campari.

Gin Cocktails Bittersweet Symphony

This vibrant gin-based punch captures complex seasonal flavors with layers of citrus, mint and anise thanks to the absinthe sprayed in each jar. For an extra festive touch, garnish with star aniseed.

Gin Cocktails- Spiced Pear Collins / Spiced Pear Collins

Pear puree, gin and rosemary give this autumn cocktail a crisp, woody sweetness, robust density and sour, crackling roar.

Gin Cocktails – Poinsettia Punch / Poinsettia

This brightly flavored punch recipe includes gin, lemon juice, cinnamon syrup and pimentdram.

Gin Cocktails Martinez

In the 1880s, Old Tom Gin became famous, a style with a little more sweetness than London dry, has just gained popularity in America. This is really a hammer drink!

Gin Cocktails – Gin Gin Mule

This Moscow mule variation is made with gin and mint.

Gin Cocktails Thandai

Indian Thandai, literally translated as ‘something that cools’, is a sweet, creamy milk drink flavored with nuts and blended with spices like cardamom, fennel, rose petals and poppy. On Holi, the Indian festival of colors, refreshment is traditionally served with the addition of bhaang (a derivative of marijuana). Here we have replaced it with gin, which perfectly accentuates the nutty, warm-spiced, floral aromas in thandai.

Gin Cocktails- Aunt Marie Fizz

Since Whitley Neill Gin gets his signature Tanginess partly from the fruit of the African baobab tree, this sweet-sour spicy aperitif has its name from a song by the Senegal legendary orchestra Baobab.

Some of these cocktails call for a certain kind of gin-the floral Hendrick’s cucumbergin, for example, or the robust juniper-flavored Londoner Dry. These delicious versions make your drinks even tastier. But the world will not end when you pour in everything you have in your cocktails.

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