Gin Mare Sangria Nostrum

The Weekly Cocktail Recipe: Gin Mare Sangria Nostrum

A collaboration with Gin Journey, Gin Mare have launched Med Transfers, attempting to transport guests to the Mediterranean without leaving the UK. Ticket-holders will be treated to an immersive experience, with cocktails and gastronomy travelling hand-in-hand, showcased at selected partner restaurants.

Weekly sessions will travel across London, before embarking on a northern edition in Manchester. With routes in London including Borough, Shoreditch and Soho, various local restaurants have crafted signature Gin Mare cocktails to be served alongside specially crafted dishes. Taking place on Tuesday 10th July, Gin Mare Med Transfers’ Soho edition will feature stops at Wright Brothers, Brindisa and Iberica. Tickets cost £30 per-person and will include three cocktails, three dishes and an introduction to the history of Gin Mare from the event’s host, Leon Dalloway.

Putting their unique spin on the classic Spanish punch, Gin Mare’s Sangria Nostrum balances savoury flavours of lavender, rosemary and Kamm & Sons with the tart sweetness of citrus juices. Moreover, the recipe serves four and is remarkably simple to follow at home.

Ingredients

Serves four 

150ml Gin Mare
100ml Kamm & Sons
100ml Lavender Syrup
150ml Orange Juice
50ml Pink Grapefruit Juice
30ml Lemon Juice
2 Handfuls of Chopped Fruit
1 Bottle of Spanish Red Wine
2 Bottles of 1724 Tonic Water

Method

Put all the ingredients into an ice-filled jug before simply stirring and pouring into chilled glasses.

Garnish with a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Further information on Gin Mare Med Transfers can be found here.

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