World Gin Day 2018 is going to be celebrated on the 9th of June 2018. The Winslow is entering a specialty cocktail this year called the “BrockMe All Night Long” using Brockmans Gin and created by the manager Cait Moorehead. Brockmans Gin is known for its amazing flavor which is why is it is appreciated and loved by Gin enthusiasts and non gin drinkers as well.
Don’t Forget To Vote: Brockme All Night Long
- 1.5 oz. Brockmans Gin
- 0.5 oz. Averell Damson Plum Sloe Gin
- 0.25 oz. Lavender infused Dry Vermouth (to rinse glass)
- 0.5 oz. Heavy Cream
- 2 oz. Sparkling Water
- 0.5 oz. Simple Syrup
- 2 dashes Dashfire Hibiscus Bitters
- In a chilled large coup, do a rinse with a Lavender infused Dry Vermouth (used here Noilly Pratts Dry Vermouth) and at the base of the glass add 2oz sparkling water (used here club soda). Set aside
- In a shaker add 1.5oz Brockmans, 0.5oz Averell Damson Plum Sloe Gin, 0.75oz heavy cream, 0.5oz simple syrup, and 2 dashes of Dashfire Hibiscus bitters
- Heavily Shake (as if an egg white cocktail)
- Fine strain shaker ingredients into the previously set up large coup glass
World Gin day 2018 is now in its 10th year. This event is organized by Gin Monkey with the simple idea that people from all over the world will get together and drink some gin. Here’s the Facebook World Gin Day link.
The Winslow’s special is the Brockmans & Tonic for $8 unto 8pm.
Cait also has entered the “BrockMe All Night Long” into the Tales of the Cocktail which will be $13 all day and night.
Brockmans uses the following botanicals:
Wild juniper grown in Tuscany which gives Brockmans Gin that perfumery note, as all hints of pine and lavender.
Uniqe and original, these Northern European blueberries give Brockmans that dry fruity smoothness and wonderful flora aroma.
These bitter Spanish almonds have oils that help unite all of the ingredients.
Also from Northern Europe, these blackberries supply a perfumery aroma adding a rich taste to the gin.
Important to the gin distilling process, these sticks from China provide a light woody aroma and sweetness on the palate.
From Murcia Spain, these lemon rinds add a zesty citrus tang that is refreshing and bright.
These seeds from Bulgaria provide a combination of spicy sage and citrus notes.
These spices from Belgium and Saxony are earthy and give Brockmans that sophisticated dry gin edge.
Also from Murcia Spain, these orange peels offer zesty aromas that are flagrant, fruity, and soft on the palate.
This root of the iris flower which grows naturally in Italy has floral notes with hints of violet. The orris root helps bring these elements together.
These spice from Southeast Asia in spiced gin is warm and has cinnamon notes.
Brockmans Gin Distillation Process:
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Brockmans unique recipe of naturally grown aromatic botanicals are steeped in pure grain spirit for many hours to release their natural oils and aromas. The more traditional notes of gin are combined with a refreshing influence of citrus and aromatic wild berries. Bulgarian coriander plays its part, providing an aromatic, gingery orange top note. This blends perfectly with the soft and rounded harmonies of blueberries and blackberries, all of which is supported by the bottom note of Tuscan juniper berries. Dry, bittersweet Valencian orange peel elongates the deeper tones and gives an intensely smooth finish.
Thereafter, Brockmans is slowly distilled in a 100 year old traditional copper still, where we capture the heart of the gin distillation. The distinctive gin notes derived from Brockmans unique recipe deliver an exquisite intensely smooth gin, with a uniquely defining sensual taste experience.
Brockmans is like no other gin. For gin enthusiasts it is a revelation, for gin novices it is about discovering an unexpected individual taste. It stands proudly alone from the many other types of gin due to the unique recipe of exquisite botanicals and the patient steeping distillation process. Where the more traditional notes of gin are combined with a refreshing influence of citrus and aromatic wild blackberries and blueberries. This creates an intensely smooth gin taste that is sensual and daringly different.
The unrivalled taste of this beautifully made gin can be enjoyed simply neat over ice. It is refreshingly different when served with tonic or ginger ale. For the mixologists amongst us it opens up a whole world of new taste experiences when mixed in gin cocktails.
*taken from Brockmans Gin
About Brockmans Gin
Brockmans is an independent English gin company set up by the founding partners, Neil Everitt and Bob Fowkes together with 2 other friends. With over 60 years combined experience in the drinks industry and a wealth of knowledge in gin distillation, they set out to write a new chapter in this famous English spirit’s history. In their words, “The aim was to create a gin so smooth and sensual, you would want to drink it neat over ice”.
That history has been written and the unique exquisite taste of Brockmans now has a massive following of loyal fans in over 30 countries around the world. Loved by gin drinkers and non-gin drinkers alike, it now has countless prestigious awards to its name. It is the gin of note.
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