Bulldog Gin Valentine’s Day Cocktail ideas

Get hearts racing with these delicious cocktails from Bulldog Gin...

Valentines day is slowly creeping up and why not celebrate with some cocktails made from Bulldog’s tasty Gin…

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Gin drinking is typically stereotyped for the older generation, with the myth that gin is not necessarily a drink to have as a cocktail and that it should generally be drunk as a G&T. We however think this is wrong and wanted to test that theory with some of Bulldog Gin’s recommended cocktails.

Available from a variety of retailers, Bulldog is a refreshing gin which is smooth and well balanced. It is very versatile, making it the perfect alcoholic tipple to be mixed with a variety of flavours for an exceptional cocktail.

Bulldog’s mission is to redefine the perception of gin drinking and they have achieved this by not only creating a great gin to have neat, but they have also concocted 8 classic cocktails and 16 collection cocktails.

We tried out a few of the recipes ourselves and whilst they were all delicious, these are the three which made the cut for Valentine’s day (trust us – you’re guaranteed to impress…)

1Gimlet Cocktail

Ingredients:
2.5 parts BULLDOG Gin
0.75 parts Lime Juice
0.75 parts Lime Cordial

Method:
Shake all ingredients with ice and double strain into a Michelangelo Coupette. Garnish with a lime wheel.

Garnish
Lime Wheel

2Red Snapper Cocktail

Ingredients:
2 parts BULLDOG Gin
0.5 parts Fresh Lemon Juice
Pinch of Celery Salt
4 parts Tomato Juice
4-6 Dashes Tabasco Sauce
4 Dashes Worcestershire Sauce

Method:
Pour all ingredients into Boston glass and shake for only 5 seconds before pouring into a sling glass full of cubed ice and garnish with a celery stick.

Garnish:
Celery Stick

3Jasmine Cocktail

Ingredients:
1.5 parts BULLDOG Gin
1 part Cointreau
0.75 parts Campari
0.5 parts Lemon Juice

Method:
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a Michelangelo Coupette.

Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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