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Place ample ice in large glass. Add gin and a glug of wood sorrel syrup. Top up with soda water and stir well. Serve with a few wood sorrel flowers.
Add all the ingredients to your Tesco, Ocado etc. baskets.
The Oxalis Collins is Dinorwig Distillery's twist on a classic Tom Collins, using ingredients and plants found close to the distillery. Wood sorrel, whose Latin name, Oxalis Stricta, gave them the inspiration this cocktail and grows naturally in abundance in their garden and compliments the woody & fruity notes found in their Blue Slate gin. If you've never tasted wood sorrel before, it's a great thirst quencher with a refreshing lemon-y / sour taste that works well in a Collins.
Top tip: to make wood sorrel syrup, steep wood sorrel leaves in boiling water and leave overnight before adding equal parts sugar to make it into a tasty syrup.
from Dartmouth Distillery Co.
from Crafty Distillery
by CRAFTR team
One of the oldest cocktails and the classic American apéritif
Classic cocktail inspired by The Big Easy
Simple 1920s cocktail that's the gin equivalent of the Daiquiri
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