Inspired by the ingredients used in homemade mulled wines, this gin can be enjoyed hot or cold, and has a wonderful blend of mandarin and cinnamon flavours. The flavour profile can be broken down by the nose, palate, and finish.
Intense mandarin flavour with a warm and complex background and notes of cinnamon.
The first taste is cinnamon: sweet on the tip of the tongue. After that the spicy and sweet notes from cardamom start to appear.
The long aftertaste clearly delivers the mandarin: refreshing citrus balanced with the complexity of spices.
Here are some recipes to help you on your mixology journey:
For a punch format pour ingredients multiplied by the number of servings, into a saucepan. Don’t boil. Bring to simmer and reduce to desired taste and concentration.
Gently pour your gin measure into a highball glass over ice. Top up with your tonic and add the suggested garnish to taste. Sip and enjoy!
Pour all ingredients into a shaker and shake well until condensation appears on the outside. Strain into a coupe glass and add garnish to taste.
We hope these three recipes inspired you to get mixing and try something new. With the festive season approaching, now is a great time to enjoy Martin Miller’s Winterful Gin, especially before Dry January starts! Chin-chin!
Martin Miller’s Winterful Gin is available to buy from Waitrose for £27.99.