Hernö Dry Gin

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Dance like a butterfly. A light kiss with a taste of honey under the mistletoe. Ethereal. Like freshly fallen snow. Soft. Volatile. Seductive. Can you feel the butterflies? Cocktail, Hernö Dry Gin 50 ml Hernö Gin 20 ml honey water 20 ml fresh lemon juice Vanilla foam Salt Shake gin, honey water and fresh lemon juice. Strain into a glass filled with ice. Top with vanilla foam and a pinch of salt. Honey water 0,7 dl honey 0,3 dl water Dissolve the honey in the water. Vanilla foam: 3 dl sugar 3 dl water 1 vanilla pod 1 leaf of gelatine Cook sugar and water. Mix in gelantine and add the vanilla pod. Rest for an hour. Strain and pour into a soda siphon.
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Hernö Dry Gin
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Gin & Tonic, Hernö Dry Gin
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The Magnum Opus of Ada Coleman, the first female head bartender of the American Bar at the Savoy Hotel in London. Hanky panky means ”magic’” or ”witchcraft” deriving as a variant of ”hoky-poky” or ”hocus-pocus”. This cocktail is a true work of art.
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“Shaken, not stirred”. Remember that Special Agent 007 had a licence to kill, he was not a bartender. So do not kill this classic cocktail by following James Bond’s command. A Dry Martini should be stirred. Never ever shaken.
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World’s Best Gin & Tonic infused with espresso martini and served as a Tom Collins. This cocktail was created by Swedish bartender Emil Åreng, who got the brilliant idea to mix three classic cocktails: Gin & Tonic, Espresso Martini and Tom Collins. The result is mind blowing. You have to try this! 50 ml Hernö Gin 30 ml espresso coffee syrup* 20 ml lemon juice premium tonic Take a highball glass and fill the whole glass with ice, pour in Hernö Gin, add espresso coffee syrup and lemon juice. Top with premium tonic. *Home made espresso coffee syrup is far more delicious than readymade. Just cook 5 dl coffee and 5 dl sugar to a syrup and let it refrigerate. Ready to use.
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World’s Best Gin & Tonic infused with espresso martini and served as a Tom Collins. This cocktail was created by Swedish bartender Emil Åreng, who got the brilliant idea to mix three classic cocktails: Gin & Tonic, Espresso Martini and Tom Collins. The result is mind blowing. You have to try this! 50 ml Hernö Gin 30 ml espresso coffee syrup* 20 ml lemon juice premium tonic Take a highball glass and fill the whole glass with ice, pour in Hernö Gin, add espresso coffee syrup and lemon juice. Top with premium tonic. *Home made espresso coffee syrup is far more delicious than readymade. Just cook 5 dl coffee and 5 dl sugar to a syrup and let it refrigerate. Ready to use.
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Hernö Dry Gin_World's Best Gin for a Gin & Tonic, IWSC
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Aviation. This cocktail will be loved by everyone, herbal, fresh and well balanced. Add more of the violette liqueur and less Maraschino if you’re a sucker for violette, who isn’t?
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Crafted from natural and carefully selected organic botanicals, Hernö Dry Gin is a round and smooth London dry gin diluted to 40,5% ABV. Hernö Dry Gin is awarded with IWSC World’s best London Dry Gin and World’s best Gin & Tonic but is also very enjoyable on its own.
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Last word is really one of the best and easiest gin cocktails ever that has been created. Do you want to speak the last word with strength? Use Hernö Navy Strength Gin. Ingredients: 25 ml Hernö Gin 25 ml Green Chartreuse 25 ml Maraschino liqueur 25 ml lime juice Preparation: Pour Hernö Gin, Green Chartreuse, Maraschino liqueur and fresh lime juice into a shaker. Fill it up with ice and shake for about 8 seconds. Strain the cocktail into a cocktail glass.
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Gin and honey is a true lovestory. A perfect combination. Did you know that the expression ”bee’s knees” means sweet and good? When the bee flit from flower to flower to collect nectar it sticks on the legs of the bee. So the bee’s knees are where good stuff for the honey is collected. Ingredients: 60 ml Hernö Gin 25 ml honeywater* 20 ml lemon juice Preparation: Shake Hernö Gin, honeywater and fresh lemon juice with ice for about 8 seconds. Strain into a coupette glass or cocktail glass. *To make honeywater, dissolve two parts honey in one part warm water.
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Dance like a butterfly A light kiss with a taste of honey under the mistletoe. Ethereal. Like freshly fallen snow. Soft. Volatile. Seductive. Can you feel the butterflies? 50 ml Hernö Gin 20 ml honey water 20 ml fresh lemon juice Vanilla foam Salt Shake gin, honey water and fresh lemon juice. Strain into a glass filled with ice. Top with vanilla foam and a pinch of salt. Honey water 0,7 dl honey 0,3 dl water Dissolve the honey in the water. Vanilla foam: 3 dl sugar 3 dl water 1 vanilla pod 1 leaf of gelatine Cook sugar and water. Mix in gelantine and add the vanilla pod. Rest for an hour. Strain and pour into a soda siphon. 50 ml Hernö Gin 20 ml honey water 20 ml fresh lemon juice Vanilla foam Salt Shake gin, honey water and fresh lemon juice. Strain into a glass filled with ice. Top with vanilla foam and a pinch of salt. Honey water: 0,7 dl honey 0,3 dl water Dissolve the honey in the water. Vanilla foam: 3 dl sugar 3 dl water 1 vanilla pod 1 leaf of gelatine Cook sugar and water. Mix in gelantine and add the vanilla pod. Rest for an hour. Strain and pour into a cream siphon.
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