Making a Dutch Garden
Lime adds acidity and Balance to the drink. Lime adds a tart and acidic element to cocktails, which helps balance out the flavours of the other ingredients. Acidity can enhance the overall taste and make the drink more refreshing.
Cucumber is a popular ingredient in cocktails because of its refreshing and crisp flavour profile. Its mild, slightly sweet taste and high water content make it a versatile addition to various drinks. It also looks really cool when its ribbon cut.
Gin is a versatile and popular spirit that serves as a base for a wide variety of cocktails. Its unique botanical flavours, primarily derived from juniper berries, along with other botanicals like coriander, citrus peels, and spices, make gin a fantastic ingredient for crafting complex and flavourful cocktails.
Double Dutch Cucumber & Watermelon
There’s nothing juicier than watermelon, which is why we combine it with cucumber’s super-smooth freshness to create our most popular mixer that’s stand-out with gin and summer fizzes and the perfect summer serve with light rums, citric gins and white wine.
- 50ml Gin
- Fresh lime
- Double Dutch Cucumber & Watermelon.
- 1 handful Ice
- Long spoon
- highball glass
- Spirits jigger
- Fill the glass with ice.
- Pour over your gin.
- Squeeze in some fresh lime juice.
- Top with Double Dutch Cucumber & Watermelon.
- Stir carefully until evenly mixed.
- Garnish with a cucumber ribbon.