Pink Gin

Someone got a little to arty for me in this picture

Someone got a little to arty for me in this picture

This is a classic drink every gin lover should embrace — not literally because then you might look slovenly. Just hold with one hand.

Pink Gin

  • 4-5 dashes Angostura bitters
  • 1 1/2 measures gin
  • ice water

Swirl bitters in the bottom of a tumbler to coat. Add gin. Top with ice water to taste. Garnish with a cocktail onion.

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This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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12 Responses to Pink Gin

  1. rutheh says:

    Not really a gin drinker but what a great photograph!

  2. laurasmess says:

    I can’t believe I’ve never tried bitters with gin before! Hm, this is now on my must-try list (being the gin addict that I am). Thanks as always for your alcoinnovation. And… yep, top-notch photo!

  3. Mad Dog says:

    Pink gin is excellent, as is your picture 😉

  4. egg me on says:

    Don’t judge me for holding this with two hands. Or giving it a giant bear hug. See, I’m secure in my manhood. I’ll gladly embrace pink gin. And your artsy photo.

  5. Gin will make you arty like that!

  6. I love gin (speaking of seeming slovenly…) and I used to know a horse called Pink Gin and I never knew what that meant. So now you have both solved a mystery for me and given me something new to do with gin. Thank you!

  7. Eva Taylor says:

    I actually love the reflection on the board, very nice shot. Not a fan of gin due to a horrific experience many moons ago (must have been something I ate!) 😉

  8. Ha! I like the arty!

  9. Lauren says:

    Love. It. The drink (simplicity!) and the arty photo, too.

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