With the King’s Coronation nearly here we’ve got three easy to create gin cocktails for you to make for the perfect celebration.
Our second cocktail is King Charles’ favourite and is something that he is rumoured to enjoy before dinner every night.
With a history dating back to the early 1900s, the classic martini was one of the most popular drinks during the Roaring Twenties and is one of our firm favourites. King Charles likes his martini “wet” which means that it contains more vermouth than gin.
Like our first cocktail it’s simple to make and is deliciously boozy.
- A cocktail shaker
- A martini glass
Place ice into your cocktail shaker.
Measure 25ml of Queen Cleo London Dry Gin and add to the cocktail shaker.
Measure 75ml of Dry Vermouth and add to the cocktail shaker.
Shake the ingredients in the cocktail shaker.
Strain your Martini into the martini glass.
Garnish with lemon peel.
Like our first Coronation cocktail, Dubonnet and Gin, this is another boozy one.
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