Fever-Tree Indian Tonic with a sprig of Geraldton Wax
The Last Word
The Last Word began its journey in 1916, simply as an inclusion on the cocktail list of a souvenir menu for members of the Detroit Athletic Club. Later in 1951, the full recipe first made it to print in Ted Saucier’s cocktail book. The secrets of this boozy, yet balanced and tangy beverage then remained hidden until it was effectively re-discovered in the early 2000s in New York. Our Secret Garden is itself an unveiling of an almost-lost garden of botanicals, making The Last Word the perfect cocktail for this gin.
1. Add all ingredients to an ice-filled cocktail shaker and shake well.
2. Double strain into a chilled Nick & Nora glass.
Gin and It Collins
The Gin & It is a cocktail that really should come with some kind of “enter at your own risk” warning. With only two ingredients, it’s incredibly easy to prepare and even easier to drink. Its beautiful simplicity lies in the gentle mingling of the gin’s botanicals with the aromatic herbs of the vermouth. So delicious in fact, that we went exploring for a way to lengthen it. A path emerged before us and we transformed it into a Collins - letting the delicate floral notes of our Secret Garden linger just that little bit longer.
45ML SECRET GARDEN GIN
20ML SWEET VERMOUTH
CAPI YUZU LEMONADE
3 DASHES PEYCHAUD BITTERS
GARNISH: ORANGE PEEL
1. Add ice to an old fashioned glass.
2. Add gin, vermouth and bitters to the glass.
3. Top with Yuzu lemonade and stir.