NAVY RUM

COCKTAILS

As Gunroom spirits is an initiative to produce historical spirits the idea is to be able to recreate historical cocktails. So what could be better suiting than a Pink gin, Gimlet or a Navy Grogg.

Find some examples below:

Navy Grogg
  • 5 cl Gunroom Navy Rum

  • 2 cl Fresh lime juice

  • 2-3 tsp of demerara or similar dark cane sugar.

Traditionally this drink was served lukewarm as ice wasn't avilable onboard the ships in the mid 1700-hundreds. A modern way would be to stir the ingredients with ice to chill it before serving in a short glass with ice. 

Gimlet 
  • 5 cl Gunroom Navy Gin

  • 2 cl Lime cordial

Traditionally this drink was served lukewarm but a modern way would be to stir the ingredients with ice to chill it before serving in a chilled glass (coupette/cocktail glass). 

 

Pink Gin (Navy Style)
  • 5 cl Gunroom Navy Gin

  • 3-4 dashes of Angostura (in our out)

 

Dash Angostura in cocktail glass and swirl the bitters around the glass then leaving it in our out before adding the gin. Traditionally this drink was served lukewarm but a modern way would be to stir the gin with ice to chill it before serving in a chilled glass. This is often served in a coupette or cocktail glass but it works fine to serve it in a short glass with ice similar to an old fashioned.

 

Burnt Pink Gin
  • 5 cl Gunroom Navy Gin

  • 1 tsp of Angostura burnt over a flame

 

Served as above.

 

 

Pink Gin Tonic
  • 5 cl Gunroom Navy Gin

  • 4 dashes of Angostura

  • Tonic

 

Served in a high ball glass with ice. Garnish with Lime.

 

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