Our gin-based cocktail recipes
To preserve the flavours of your favourite spirits or transform your taste experience, we offer a selection of fool-proof Gin de Binche-based recipes of course, and much more...
Our tasting tip
- In advance, place ice cubes of a certain size (to avoid them melting too quickly) in the glass to cool it.
- Add 5 cl of Gin de Binche, 12 cl of high-quality neutral tonic, some orange zest and some lightly crushed juniper berries.
- For declaration, you can choose between orange or lemon zest, juniper berries, clove, grated dark chocolate, etc.
A cocktail for a sunny day
- 6 cl of Gin de Binche
- 10 cl of orange juice
- 1 cl of strawberry purée
- 1 cl of grape juice
- Lots of ice
The best spritz in the land
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The Vesper – The 100% 007 cocktail
6 cl of Gin de Binche + 2 cl of Bintje Vodka + 1 cl of Lillet Blanc + 1 orange zest
- 1. The Vesper cocktail recipe is made in a shaker.
- 2. In a single shaker filled with ice cubes, add the gin, vodka and Lillet Blanc.
- 3. Shake for a few seconds.
- 4. Decant the mixture into a martini glass, leaving the ice cubes behind.
- 5. Decorate your glass with orange or lemon zest.
- 6. Your Vesper cocktail is ready Mr Bond!
The Negroni – The most Florentine cocktail
3 cl of red vermouth + 3 cl of Plus Oultre Distillery Bitters + 3 cl of Gin de Binche 3 + 1 slice of orange for decoration
- 1. This Negroni cocktail recipe is made directly in the glass.
- 2. Fill your old-fashioned glass with ice cubes.
- 3. Then add the red vermouth, Plus Oultre Bitters and Gin de Binche.
- 4. Stir with a mixing spoon for 10 seconds.
- 5. Decorate your glass with a slice of orange.
- 6. Your Negroni is ready! Welcome to Florence!
The Spritz – Welcome to Venice
2 cl Plus Oultre Bitters + 3 cl of Ruffus Brut Sauvage + a dash of Indian tonic
- 1. The Spritz cocktail recipe is made directly in the glass.
- 2. Fill a wine glass three quarters full of ice cubes, add 3 cl of Ruffus Brut Sauvage.
- 3. Then add 2 cl of Plus Oultre Bitters.
- 4. Finish with a dash of Indian tonic.
- 5. Mix with a mixing spoon to delicately bring out the Bitters.
- 6. Add a slice of orange.
- 7. Your Spritz cocktail is ready!
The Bronx - New York during prohibition
4 cl of Gin de Binche + 1.5 cl of dry vermouth + 1.5 cl of red vermouth + 1.5 cl of orange juice + 1 orange zest
- 1. The Bronx cocktail recipe is made in a shaker.
- 2. First swirl a few ice cubes around a cocktail glass to cool it.
- 3. Then add the gin and dry vermouth to the shaker.
- 4. Next add the red vermouth and orange juice.
- 5. Add a good few ice cubes and then shake for 15 seconds.
- 6. Remove the ice cubes from the cocktail glass.
- 7. Decant the mixture into it, double filtering it with a cocktail strainer.
- 8. You may wish to decorate your glass with orange zest.
- 9. Your Bronx cocktail Bronx is ready!
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