Strawberry Gin Cocktail

Strawberry Gin Smash

Relish your summers with a refreshing sip of strawberry gin smash cocktail. Tired and afraid of heat outside? No worries at all. Refresh yourself at home with this amazing and easy strawberry gin smash cocktail recipe.

Prep time: 5 minutes

Servings: 1

Ingredients

  • 1/2 teaspoon granulated sugar
  • 1 lime wedge
  • 3 fresh strawberries
  • 3 ounces gin
  • Club soda
  • Fresh mint sprig, for garnish

Instructions

  • Muddle sugar and lime and set aside.
  • Now cut strawberries in slice.
  • Muddle the strawberry slices in sugar and lime too.
  • Put this in a glass.
  • Add ice cubes and pour club soda. Savor with pop music!

 

FAQs

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What is the best thing to mix with gin?

Easy to make, a Gin & Juice cocktail is refreshing and tasty in equal measure. Try orange, mango, pineapple and apple juices if you have a sweet tooth, or cranberry and grapefruit if you prefer a bitter twist. Try: 50ml any dry gin with 125ml fruit juice of your choice served over ice.

 

What does strawberry gin taste like?

Well, a lot like strawberry-flavored vodka, it turns out. It noses like a floral/fruity vodka with lots of mixed berry notes and some orange peel in the mix, though the overall impact is somewhat muddy and indistinct

 

Is pink gin the same as strawberry gin?

It’s similar to normal gin as it has no added sugar and contains the same alcohol by volume. However, red or pink fruits like strawberries, raspberries or red currents are added. A refreshing Gin and Tonic can still be made with pink gin! However, an exciting cocktail alternative is Gordon’s Pink Spritz.

 

How long does strawberry gin last?

Strawberry Gin will keep for up to a year. After that, the color begins to change, but it still tastes good! Quantities: 1 liter of gin will need 100g sugar and 300g strawberries.

 

Does fruit soaked in alcohol go bad?

They will begin to lose their bright color and some flavor after one year but they will not “go bad” because the alcohol is the preservative

 

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