Make your Inverroche Verdant Gin shine with these thirst-quenching recipes

Infused with fynbos from the mountainous terrain of the Cape floral kingdom, Inverroche Verdant Gin is floral and soft with a translucent golden-green hue. Delicate aromas reminiscent of elderflower and chamomile, lead to summer blooms, a touch of spice, subtle juniper, waxy lemon rind and alluring liquorice on the palate.

Inverroche Verdant tasting notes

Inverroche Verdant Gin Perfect Serve Recipe

Recipe The Verdant Perfect Serve Cocktail

The classic way to enjoy this aromatic gin.

Inverroche Verdant Gin Elysian Recipe

Recipe Verdant Elysian Cocktail

Fresh, figgy and sophisticated.

To prepare the watermelon juice, slice a small to medium watermelon in half. Using a big spoon, scoop chunks of sweet watermelon into a blender. Discard the rind. Blend the watermelon until it is totally pulverised — this shouldn’t take more than a minute. For extra flavour, squeeze the juice of one small lime into the blender and blend for a few seconds longer. If your watermelon is notably pulpy or seeded, pour the mixture through a fine mesh strainer into a pitcher. If not, you can pour it directly into your cocktail shaker or glasses filled with ice. Watermelon juice will keep in the refrigerator, covered, for up to 4 days. The juice will separate over time; stir it with a spoon to recombine.

Inverroche Verdant Gin Meg's Collins Recipe

Recipe Meg's Collins Cocktail

An eye-catching thirst-quencher named after Magnanimous Meg — the copper potstill in which Inverroche gins are distilled.

To prepare the charcoal-infused Inverroche Verdant, all you will need is a charcoal capsule and the Verdant Gin. Take 1 charcoal capsule and empty it out into the liquid, stir for a few seconds and use in your cocktail.

Inverroche Verdant Gin The Creative Recipe

Recipe The Creative Cocktail

A warm, nutty way to enjoy this gin.

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Fynbos gin distilled in small batches in Stillbay, South Africa.

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