How to make the Four Pillars Gin Who Shot Tom Collins – Cocktail Recipe

How to make the Four Pillars Gin Who Shot Tom Collins – Cocktail Recipe

Our cocktail of the week came directly from our Lush Life guest Joe Worthington (European Trade Relations Manager). It’s very, very gin forward, of course, using both Rare Dry Gin and Bloody Shiraz Gin. 

You’ll need the following equipment:

Who Shot Tom Collins

January 14, 2020

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Ingredients
  • 30ml Rare Dry Gin
  • 100ml Old-fashioned Lemonade
  • 15ml Bloody Shiraz Gin
  • Lemon
Directions
  • Step 1 Mix gin and lemonade in a highball over ice.
  • Step 2 Squeeze in two wedges of lemon
  • Step 3 Float Bloody Shiraz Gin on top

 

(For US measurements, please use my handy Cocktail Measurements converter!)

If you are in the USA, you can buy Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz & Rare Dry Gin at Drizly.

If you are in the UK, you can buy Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz and Rare Dry Gin at Amazon.

 

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