World Gin Day is a global celebration of all things gin, and what better way to mark this occasion than by indulging in a delightful Makanyi Magic Gin Cocktail? This refreshing drink combines the exotic flavours of Safari African Gin with the crispness of Fitch & Leeds tonic water, creating a sophisticated and tantalising drink for the taste buds. In this blog post, we will guide you through crafting this magical drink, ensuring your World Gin Day celebration is nothing short of extraordinary.
- 50ml Safari African Gin
- 200ml can of Fitch & Leeds tonic water
- 1 Lime wheel
- 1 Sprig of rosemary
- 1 Cinnamon stick
- 1 Lime twist
- 1 Edible flower
Method as well as video at the end:
Step 1: Gather Your Ingredients
To begin your gin adventure, assemble all the necessary ingredients: Safari African Gin, Fitch & Leeds tonic water, a lime, fresh rosemary, a cinnamon stick, and an edible flower.
Step 2: Prepare Your Glass
Take a classic gin glass and fill it generously with ice. The crisp, cold ice will serve as the perfect foundation for your Makanyi Magic Gin Cocktail.
Step 3: Add Safari African Gin
Pour 50ml of Safari African Gin into the glass over the ice. The unique botanicals and flavours of this gin will set the stage for a truly magical experience.
Step 4: Introduce Fitch & Leeds Tonic Water
Now, it’s time to add the effervescence. Slowly pour 200ml of Fitch & Leeds tonic water into the glass with the gin. Watch as the bubbles dance and mingle with the gin, creating a symphony of flavours.
Step 5: Garnish with Flair
Enhance the visual appeal and aroma of your drink by garnishing it with a lime wheel, a sprig of fresh rosemary, and a cinnamon stick. The citrusy aroma of lime, combined with the herbal notes of rosemary and the warm touch of cinnamon, will elevate your cocktail to new heights.
Step 6: Add the Finishing Touches
To add a touch of elegance and sophistication, twist a piece of lime peel over the glass. The oils released from the peel will impart a subtle citrus essence to your drink, enhancing its overall flavour profile. Finally, delicately place an edible flower on top of your creation. Not only does it add a pop of colour, but it also introduces a hint of floral notes to the mix.
Sit back and enjoy!