From a sprig of rosemary and pomegranate seeds to a slice of ginger and black peppercorns, we all have our gin garnishing preferences.
As expert alchemists and master distillers, we have deep insights into the perfect pairing between our gins and various garnishes that bring out the most flavour from the botanical notes of our gin.
Here are our garnishing suggestions with each of our gins, which we encourage you to explore and experiment with until you find your favourite.
Blue Orient Spiced Gin
Sprig of rosemary and a cinnamon quill
Blueberries and a sprig of thyme
Twist of lemon peel and a sprig of rosemary
Thin slice of ginger and black peppercorns
Pink Damask Rose Gin
Sprig of rosemary and pink peppercorns
Wedge of grapefruit and edible flowers
Sprinkle of pomegranate seeds and a cucumber ribbon
Strawberries, black peppercorns and mint
Amber African Botanics Gin
Twist of orange and a sprig of rosemary
Figs and a sprig of thyme
Wedge of lime and a cucumber ribbon
Blackberries and a cinnamon quill
Peach wedges and a sprig of lemon thyme
Rhubarb ribbons and a sprig of rosemary
Star anise and a citrus wheel
Wedge of orange, cinnamon quill and a sprig of mint
Ideally start with one garnish at a time, and then add from there, I would suggest no more than three garnishes per drink as you don't want to overwhelm your gin, you just want to enhance the delicious taste that is already there.
Remember, gin is a highly creative spirit, so try and experiment with your favourite gin, and different garnishes to find which flavours light up your palette.