Home Entertaining Made Easy with Seagram’s Gin #ad

I’ve said it time and again: you have to stock your home bar if you want to be a flawless entertainer.

The musts are easy– brown spirits are all the rage nowadays, but building a cocktail? That’s the realm of the clear ones. And during the summer, none is more essential than Seagram’s Gin.

Seagram's Gin Bottle Shot

It’s the titan of Tonic, the genie for Martinis. But a complex, classic spirit like Seagram’s needs to take center stage in more than just two cocktails.

Boston Cocktail with Seagram’s Gin

  • 1 1/2 ounces Seagram’s Gin
  • 1 1/2 ounces apricot brandy
  • 1/4 ounce lemon juice
  • 1/4 tsp grenadine (click on that for a DIY version!)
  1. In a shaker over ice, combine the ingredients
  2. Shake what your mama gave you and strain into a cocktail glass

Seagram's Gin Boston Cocktail

Apricot brandy has a lovely, smooth, fruity sweetness that’s just a bit easier on the palate than peaches. It blends so perfectly with the herbal notes of Seagram’s Gin and makes for such a light and refreshing summer drink. A classic American gin for a cocktail with a classic American name!

Seagram’s Gin Gimlet

  • 2 ounces Seagram’s Gin
  • 1 ounce Rose’s lime juice
  • lime wedge for garnish
  1. In a shaker over ice, combine the Seagram’s Gin with the lime juice syrup.
  2. Shake lightly, and then strain into a cocktail glass.
  3. Garnish with a lime wedge and enjoy!

Seagram's Gin Gimlet

If you’re finding me at a bar or even a backyard barbeque, this is my drink of choice. All the familiar flavors of summer–gin and lime– but with the hint of sweetness that comes from mixing with Rose’s lime juice/ lime juice syrup. Much easier to drink than a standard G&T, but a complex flavor that makes it easy to sip and ponder.

What are your favorite classic cocktails to make when you’re entertaining?

 

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