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Published 8th February 2019
Dry January is long behind us and we’re welcoming February with an empty glass! With Valentine’s Day coming up we’ve put together our favourite cocktails from producers you can find at the BBC Good Food Show Summer this June. Raise a glass this Valentine’s with a sweet concoction…
The Cold Fashioned…
Born from a desire to take coffee culture into the depths of the night, Mr Blacks Spirit is a cold coffee liqueur, hand crafted at a coffee roastery and distillery just north of Sydney, Australia.
If you’re a coffee lover, and fond of the much-loved Espresso Martini, we think you’ll love this cool cocktail with a bit of zing.
Shaken or stirred? Meet the Cold Fashioned, a twist on a classic bringing the unmistakeable aroma and taste of fresh, ground coffee.
Stir this up for yourself, you’ll need:
You’re baking me blush…
This cocktail is ready to transport you straight to summer - the Bakewell Blush by Pennington’s Spirits and Liqueurs. With notes of sweet berries and delicious frangipane, the taste of soft almond and raspberry creates the famous (and original) Bakewell taste.
Bakewell liqueur is the cherry on the cake of any cocktail! Try the Bakewell Blush for yourself and pay a visit to Pennington’s at the Show.
To give this ago, you will need:
When Earl Grey meets Rosé…
The combination of two much loved drinks. Behold, the Earl Grey Rosé! A sparkling cocktail with a splash of Earl Grey and a dash of prosecco and gin. This concoction is brought to you by Noveltea, creators of wonderfully unique blends of the finest spirits and tea leaves from around the word, bring you a traditional twist in a glass.
We don’t know about you, but this cocktail excited us! As tea lovers and prosecco drinkers we’re certain this take on 2 classics will go down a treat, talk about tea-riffic! To give this a go you will need:
The English Negorni…
Putting a spin on a classic, meet Salcombe Gin. Their exceptional London dry gin is crafted and distilled to perfection, giving you a light, crisp gin to create a winning cocktail.
If you’re a gin lover, you may be familiar with the classic Negroni. Salcome Gin shake up this Italian favourite with their 'Start Point' liqueur, Rosehip cup, Somerset vermouth and a splash of grapefruit juice for a bittersweet finish. You can’t go wrong with this cocktail, try it for yourself. You will need:
Gin-tastic! Raspberry G&T…
As gin enthusiasts, our top cocktail picks wouldn’t be complete without with a classic gin cocktail. We’re giving your taste buds a gin-tastic taste of summer with Manchester Gin’s Raspberry gin and tonic.
We love Manchester Gin’s contemporary style gin. Their raspberry infused liqueur is delicate with a hint of sweetness, the essential combination needed for a refreshing G&T. The pink tones of this cocktail will have you feeling the love this month!
This twist on a classic is made with raspberry infused Manchester gin, with a light Fever-Tree tonic. Garnish with a sprig of mint and a couple of fresh raspberries. Summer in glass! Cheers to that… See Manchester Gin at the Show.
Still thirsty? If you’re in need of some more gin-spiration check our producer list for 2019.
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BBC Good Food Show Team.
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