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Marstal No. 31 - Classic G&T

Gin & Tonic

with sweet orange Peel

What you need

A highball glass
Distilled Ice cubes
Marstal No. 31 – 4 cl.
Your preferred tonic water
Garnish: An ecological orange
Method: Build

This is what you do

Fill your highball glass with distilled ice cubes that you buy in your grocery store
Add your Marstal No. 31. over the ice cubes in order to enhance the flavour of the gin
Gently add your preferred tonic water. Instead of stirring your drink, turn the ice cubes around. In that way the carbon dioxide stays in the tonic water
Peel a long  piece of the orange and add it to your drink without squeezing it
You have now made yourself a nice Gin & Tonic. Enjoy!

Marstal No. 31 - Pumpkin Gin & Tonic

Gin & Tonic

with pumpkin puree

What you need

A highball glass
Distilled Ice cubes
Marstal No. 31 – 4 cl.
1.5 cl ponthier pumpkin purre
Your preferred tonic water
Garnish: A piece of dried lemon
Method: Build

This is what you do

Fill your highball glass with distilled ice cubes that you buy in your grocery store
Add your Marstal No. 31. over the ice cubes in order to enhance the flavour of the gin
Add the pumpkin purre
Gently add your preferred tonic water.

You have now created an innovativ and delicious pumpkin Gin & Tonic. Perfect for a summer day! Enjoy!

CREATOR: BOLLYFOOD
Marstal No. 31 - Guava Gin & Tonic

Gin & Tonic

with guava

What you need

A lowball glass
Distilled Ice cubes
Marstal No. 31 – 4 cl.
Your preferred tonic water
Garnish: 2 slices of Guava
Method: Build

This is what you do

Fill your highball glass with distilled ice cubes
Add your Marstal No. 31. over the ice cubes
Gently add your preferred tonic water.
Add 2 delicious pieces of Guava

Guava adds a bit of sour and sweetness, which goes perfectly in a Gin & Tonic. Enjoy!

CREATOR: BOLLYFOOD
Marstal No. 31 - 20th century

20th Century

with a hint of chocolate

What you need

A vintage cocktail glass
Marstal No. 31 – 3 cl.
Mozart dry – 1.5 cl.
Cocchi americano – 2 cl.
Lemon – 2 cl.
Sugar syrup – 1 cl.
Garnish – Lemon zest
Method: Shake

This is what you do

Add the ingredients in your shaker, and give it a good shake
Pour the liquid in you vintage glass
Add a piece of lemon zest for garnish

Feel the gin in an delicious combination with the chocolate taste and the bitterness from the lemon. This cocktail will take you to heaven and back! Enjoy!

CREATOR: BOLLYFOOD
Marstal No. 31 - G&T cinnamon

Gin & Tonic

with a stick of cinnamon

What you need

A vintage cocktail glass
Distilled Ice cubes
Marstal No. 31 – 4 cl.
Your preferred tonic water
Garnish – a stick of cinnamon
Method: Build

This is what you do

Fill your highball glass with distilled ice cubes
Burn the cinnamon stick in glass filled with ice
Add your Marstal No. 31. over the ice cubes
Gently add your preferred tonic water.

Cinnamon goes very well with Marstal No. 31, creating a sweet taste. Enjoy!

CREATOR: BOLLYFOOD
Marstal No. 31 - White negroni sour

White Negroni Sour

What you need

A vintage cocktail glass
Marstal No. 31 – 3 cl.
Luxardo bitter bianco – 3 cl.
Little blanc – 2 cl.
Clarified lemon juice – 2 cl.
Garnish – dried orange, orange zest
Method: Stir

This is what you do

Mix the ingredients in your vintage cocktail glass and stir carefully
Add the garnish

You have now create a white negroni sour – simple and delicious. Enjoy!

CREATOR: BOLLYFOOD
Marstal No. 31 - Smoked negroni

Smoked negroni

for the whiskey lover

What you need

A vintage cocktail glass
Marstal No. 31 – 3,5 cl.
Rondo aperitivo – 1cl.
Campari – 1 cl.
Cocchi vermouth di torino – 2 cl.
Garnish – fresh lemon
Method: Smoke stirring

This is what you do

Mix the ingredients in a small glass bowl
Add the smoked oak and keep the bowl covered
Stir while the smoke is still in the bowl
Remove the cover and stir untill the smoke has disappeared.
Pour into glass and add garnish

This cocktail is innovative and very different. If you like cocktails with whiskey this will be a hit! Enjoy!

CREATOR: BOLLYFOOD