The flowers are in bloom and we can’t wait to sit warming in the sun!
As Spring begins, it’s time to bring out the drinks – and the versatility of gin makes it easy to enjoy a wide variety of cocktails.
In celebration of the new season, award-winning French rosé brand Maison Mirabeau has released a variety of new seasonal cocktail recipes using their new Mirabeau’s Dry Rosé Gin.
As the best-selling French rosé brand in the UK, this gin is distilled with a touch of much-loved Maison Mirabeau rosé wine. The pink gin makes a delicious Mediterranean G&T as well as pink versions of some of the classics – Rosé Negroni and Rosé Gin Martini.
Unlike many of its sweet counterparts, Mirabeau Rosé Gin is a true gin with juniper being a dominant component. The delicate signature flavours come from traditional distillation with no need for sugary additions. As its base, Mirabeau has used grape spirit made from upcycled grape skins from the winemaking process and, combined its award-winning Classic Provence Rosé as an element in the distillate. Botanical ingredients, precious to any Grasse Perfumer, add further aromatic layers and complexity. The result is a pale pink gin, with a unique style to set it apart and captivate increasing numbers of gin lovers worldwide, bringing a burst of Riviera aromas and sunshine.
Mirabeau Dry Rosé Gin is gluten-free, 100% naturally flavoured with no residual sugar, and made in France with carefully selected botanicals.
Try making a rosé gin cocktail to impress your friends at your next dinner party or to enjoy by yourself during the warmer seasons that we know and love:
Mirabeau Rosé Negroni
- 25ml Mirabeau Dry Rosé Gin
- 25ml Lillet Rosé
- 25ml Luxardo Bitter Bianco
- Long Orange Peel
- Pour all ingredients into an ice-filled old-fashioned glass and stir.
- Wipe the orange peel around the rim of the glass.
- Pinch the peel to express a little oil, then add as garnish.