Seriously Refreshing Gin Cocktail Recipes

Starting off with your “go to drink”, or looking to move beyond the classic Gin and Tonic?
We’ve added some inspirational ideas that will help you get the best out of your


“A true friend reaches for your hand…
… and puts a glass of gin it”


Hubble, bubble, muntries and trouble!

Highlighting the tart native fruit and complimented by fresh berries, this sip has a sweet skip in its step.

Rim the glass with muntrie sugar powder for an extra bouncy bonus.


Inspired by the botanical name of the
 desert quandong, Santalum acuminatum

Santalum Fizz


  • 30 ml Quandong Gin
  • 100 ml Soda Water
  • 20 ml Raspberry Syrup
  • Muntries Sugar Powder
  • To garnish: lemon Slice

Glass type

Highball glass


• Sprinkle muntrie powder evenly onto a saucer.
• Run the lemon slice around the edge of the glass, coating the rim in juice.
• Dip the glass into the powder and gently twist to coat the rim.
• In a shaker, add the raspberry syrup, gin and soda water. Add ice and shake well to combine.
• Fill a glass to ¾ ice, then strain the drink over the ice and serve

Coupe Glass

Banded Bee

Ooh, honey honey!

The perfect sip for sweeties who pack a punch.

This Prohibition-era mix is zippy summer lemon spliced with wintry warm honey.

Use local honey to highlight your regions individuality

The Blue Banded Bee is a native to the Finders Ranges and Quorn.


  • 30 ml Farrier's Gin
  • 30 ml Honey Lemon Syrup
  • Top up with Soda Water
  • To garnish: Beeswax and a Dried Lemon Wheel


• Pour the gin, syrup, and soda into a shaker.
• Fill it with ice and shake until ingredients are combined.
• Place 3 ice cubes in a coupe glass.
• Strain the liquid into the glass.
• Place garnish close together on the rim of the glass and serve.

Glass type

Coupe glass


makes 100 ml


  • 1 part Lemon Juice
  • 1 Part Local Honey


• Juice lemons and strain to remove pulp and seeds.
• Heat honey over a low heat. Gently stir in the lemon juice until combined.
• Remove from heat and leave to cool for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.


Cocktails can be for men

As cool as a cucumber and spicey as cracked pepper, this blend is crisp, tasteful and, most of all, stylish.

As fresh as the crisp ranges breeze and as cool as a cucumber, The Howard boasts the stylish spice of cracked pepper to make any grown man swoon.

Is there a cooler way to use cucumber? Summer savoury meets spicey cracked pepper to leave your tastebuds in a trance. Crisp, light, and stylish, feel free to enjoy this around even your manliest mates.

The Howard


  • 30 ml Farrier's Gin
  • 10 ml Mediterranean Tonic
  • 1 Thinly Sliced Cucumber (sliced length-ways)
  • ½ tsp Cracked Black Pepper


• Build the gin and tonic over ice in an old-fashioned glass.
• Add the cucumber near the side of the glass and stir to combine.
• Dust with cracked pepper and serve.

Glass type

Old Fashioned Whiskey glass

“This is the best gin I have tried so far. It is smooth and tastes amazing with ice, their dried citrus garnish, or my cucumber slices with a splash of tonic. The Farrier’s Gin has a pleasant smell and the bottle is elegant. My first choice every time.”

Best one yet

Barry – Gawler

“I love this gin, definitely my favourite gin. It’s smooth and you don’t get a hangover. It’s as classy as they come.”

Smooth Gin

Jess – Adelaide Hills

“I love the Quandong Gin for my gin slings. It is fantastic for all cocktails and gives that added dimension.”

Awesome Gin Slings

Mark – Semaphore
Tom Collins


A tried and true classic cocktail

One of the great drinks of summer, the Tom Collins is one of the taller and more famous members of the sours family. The core sour formula – basically a good ratio of strong/sour/sweet.


  • 60 ml Farrier's Gin (¼ cup)
  • 35 ml fresh lemon juice
  • 20 ml sugar syrup
  • To serve: soda water
  • To garnish: lemon slices and a sprig of mint


• Add gin, lemon juice and sugar syrup to a shaker half-filled with ice.
• Stir to combine.
• Strain into a tall glass with fresh ice cubes,
• Top with soda
• Garnish with lemon slices and serve.

Glass type

Highball glass


Simple Opulence

The drink was invented and named by fictional secret agent James Bond in the 1953 novel Casino Royale.

“A dry martini,” Bond said. “One. In a deep champagne goblet.”

“Oui, monsieur… Just a moment.”

* Inspired by Alby’s Masterclasses in London



  • 45 ml Farrier's Gin
  • 15 ml Vodka
  • 7.5 ml Sweet White Wine
  • To shake: Ice
  • To garnish: lemon Peel


• Add gin, vodka and lillet blanc to a shaker half-filled with ice.
• Shake for 10 – 15 seconds, strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

Remember: Shaken not stirred. #007

Glass type

Cocktail glass