The UK as a whole has seen a massive interest and growing popularity in gin in the past year. Who knows why. The alcohol drinkers among us have taken to drinking out of giant gin glasses, heading to gin specific bars and this new pink gin is certainly one for the gram. We all may have enjoyed sipping on a gin and tonic in the glorious English summer, but we don’t have to say goodbye just yet. This gin train is heading at full speed and we are enjoying the ride. To keep on keeping on this gin craze, check out some of these gin drink recipes for fall. Gin is for life, not just for summer.
Fall has its own delicious and unique blend of flavours. These include warm tastes and colours and usually some spice here and there to fight off the encroaching winter wind. I have explored some of the biggest names in gin to bring you this list of their best gin drink recipes for fall. For each recipe, click on the photograph underneath and you’ll be taken to the recipe page and into a heaven world of gin.
1. Gordon’s Ginger Fizz
This is a peppery and spiced combo of gin with ginger ale, lemon and ginger. These flavours are a great way to make your gin taste of fall. And this doesn’t mean it tastes like some fallen crispy leaves. Add these tastes in a number of ways to gin and you’ll have that fall feel. This gin by Gordon’s proclaims to be dry and zingy! This is one of the best gin drink recipes!
2. Bombay Sapphire Spiced Apple Tea
Keeping up with the spiced theme, Bombay Sapphire bring to you a warm gin combination of flavours. That’s right, this is a warmed cocktail with an apple infusion to keep you all toasty inside. The combination of nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves all contribute to the cosiest gin drink recipes for fall.
3. Tanqueray Chilli and Peppercorn
This gin drink recipe for fall focuses more on the garnish and the gin rather than adding lots of flavours. A quicker recipe to get together by Tanqueray. This one is very spicey using peppercorns and chilli – not for the faint hearted. It’ll definitely fend off any impending winter colds too.
4. Beefeater Cotton Candy Berry Sour
Fall time really reminds me of fairgrounds. The flavours of the fair can be toffee apples, popcorn and cotton candy. This recipe by Beefeater uses this take on fall flavours – good news for all you out there who aren’t into the citrus and spice take on a fall gin cocktail. This cotton candy berry sour is a sweet way to enjoy everyone’s new favourite pink gin.
5. Seagram’s At First Blush
I am new to the world of ginger ale and gin, but I have been enjoying it immensely so far. If like me, you aren’t really a fan of ginger ale, give it a try in a gin cocktail. It will hopefully surprise you (in a good way). This Seagram’s “At First Blush” recipe combines ginger ale and peaches for a delicious fall cocktail.
6. Hayman’s Sloe Royale
Sloe gin is a real fall and winter taste so I could not leave it out! This recipe is a super simple combination of two great alcohols, gin and sparkling wine. Hayman’s describe their gin as having a “rich natural sweetness.” Turn your summer champagne affair into a fall and gin romance.
7. Hendrick’s Unusual Negroni
Hendrick’s Unusual Negroni lets you keep that Aperol taste of summer in fall. Combining Aperol and orange in this gin recipe is the perfect orange to match the turning leaves of fall. How romantic.
Enjoy the great combination of all these flavour of gin this fall.