When you crack open your bottle of Bloody Shiraz Gin, we reckon you should try it straight over ice with a slice of orange or tangelo. Drink it this way to taste the incredibly dense peppery raspberry characters of the gin, with long juniper and spice characters to finish.
Then if you'd like to try a longer drink, take a shot of our Bloody Shiraz Gin and add a splash of tonic or soda. The fabulously intense ruby colour of the gin changes to a startlingly iridescent pink drink that is full of natural sweetness. Garnish with orange citrus or a wedge of lime to balance the sweetness (giving you an even prettier drink too).
Of course, you can then start getting a little more creative and mix it in a cocktail - try a Bloody Jasmine, Who Shot Tom Collins? or a Bloody Floradora. If you want something a bit boozy, then try it in a Martinez or even swapping it for the vermouth in a Negroni!