How to make an Autumn Gin Spritz x Sibling Distillery

Posted by Beth Pickard on

If you're a gin lover and haven't already entered our Instagram giveaway with Sibling Distillery... go and do it now. The winner will receive our gin game to enjoy with friends and family, our best selling gin puzzle and Sibling Distillery's delicious Autumn Edition gin, which is infused with apple, blackberry and cardamom. It's such a delicious blend that we asked Cicely from the Sibling team to show us how to make an autumn cocktail that you can all enjoy this season.

- Blackberries (fresh or frozen)
- Creme de Mure
- A lemon
- Ginger ale
- ice 
  • Place a handful of Blackberries (fresh or frozen) in the bottom of the glass and fill with ice to the top of your tumbler.

  • Add 10mls of Creme de Mure (blackberry liqueur) and a big squeeze of fresh lemon juice.

  • Add 50mls of Sibling Autumn Edition Gin and a dash of angostura bitters (3/4 drops).

  • Top with ginger ale (do this slowly if you want to keep the colour ombre for serving).

And there you have your delicious Autumn Gin Spritz.

An easy one to make and enjoy all season long. Plus the bottle looks stunning on the home bar.

Find all of Sibling Distillery's gin selection here. They also make for a unique gift for loved ones... Christmas is coming.

Let us know if you give the recipe a whirl. Right, time for a gin I think.


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