Hernö Old Tom Gin

Smooth. Sweet. And frothy. Like a mini meringue in a glass. Hernö Old Tom Gin Flip.
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Hernö Old Tom Gin, Young Tom
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Hernö Old Tom Gin, Young Tom. World's Best Gin.
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The jury of the world’s most prestigious spirit competition, International Wine and Spirits Com-petition (IWSC) is announcing that the IWSC Gin and Tonic Trophy 2020 goes to Hernö Old Tom Gin. This is the first time in the history that the competition is awarding the same distillery with this award twice. Last time Hernö Gin got it was in 2016. Today it’s happening again.
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Product sheet, all awards from the start.
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Product sheet
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Hernö Old Tom Gin is made from the same distilled gin as Hernö Gin, but with an extra amount of Meadowsweet added in the distillation and after diluting it down to 43% we add a touch of sugar. The sweetening lifts the floral notes, releases an array of juniper and makes the gin even smoother.
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Our smooth cat Hernö Old Tom Gin gives minty South side a sweet caresse that makes it very palatable. This is really the death of Mojito. Ingredients: 50 ml Hernö Old Tom Gin 20 ml lemon juice 20 ml simple syrup 5 sprigs of mint Preparation: Pour Hernö Old Tom Gin, lemon juice, simple syrup and sprigs of mint into a shaker. Shake everything with ice for about 15 seconds. Fine strain in to a chilled cocktail glass.
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A legendary cocktail with a story. The Great Tom Collins Hoax of 1874 was a joke that went viral in New York and Philadelphia. It became a rage asking for the non existing person Tom Collins and newspapers were printing stories about false sightings of him. A bartender caught on and gave a drink the name Tom Collins so if anyone was making this joke they had unknowingly ordered the drink. Ingredients: 50 ml Hernö Old Tom Gin 30 ml lemon juice 20 ml simple syrup lemon wedge Preparation: Add Hernö Old Tom Gin, fresh lemon juice and simple syrup in to a highball glass. Fill the glass with ice, top it up with soda and give it a nice quick stir. Garnish with a lemon wedge.
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A legendary cocktail with a story. The Great Tom Collins Hoax of 1874 was a joke that went viral in New York and Philadelphia. It became a rage asking for the non existing person Tom Collins and newspapers were printing stories about false sightings of him. A bartender caught on and gave a drink the name Tom Collins so if anyone was making this joke they had unknowingly ordered the drink. Ingredients: 50 ml Hernö Old Tom Gin 30 ml lemon juice 20 ml simple syrup lemon wedge Preparation: Add Hernö Old Tom Gin, fresh lemon juice and simple syrup in to a highball glass. Fill the glass with ice, top it up with soda and give it a nice quick stir. Garnish with a lemon wedge.
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Hernö Old Tom Gin, World's Best Gin for a Gin & Tonic 2020, IWSC.
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A hint of Sweden, Canada and France in the same glass getting something truly special with olive oil and salt. Ingredients 50 ml Hernö Old Tom Gin 10 ml Green Chartreuse 20 ml maple syrup 1 dash of olive oil sea salt Preparation Pour Hernö Old Tom Gin, Green Chartreuse, maple syrup, olive oil and a pinch of fling salt into a glass. Stir. Just as easy as that.
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A hint of Sweden, Canada and France in the same glass getting something truly special with olive oil and salt. Ingredients 50 ml Hernö Old Tom Gin 10 ml Green Chartreuse 20 ml maple syrup 1 dash of olive oil sea salt Preparation Pour Hernö Old Tom Gin, Green Chartreuse, maple syrup, olive oil and a pinch of fling salt into a glass. Stir. Just as easy as that.
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A modern era cocktail, created by the talented Jörg Meyer of the Lion in Hamburg 2008. Awarded Best New Cocktail at Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards the same year it quickly became a phenomenon in the business. Ingredients 50 ml Hernö Old Tom Gin 1 bunch basil leaves, more than you think 25 ml fresh lemon juice 15 ml simple syrup Preparation Place basil leaves and lemon juice in a shaker, gently muddle (smash) and top of with the rest of the ingredients. Shake vigorously and double strain into an ice-filled glass. Garnish with a couple of basil leaves.
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A warming Hernö Jakt & Tonic with gin, simple syrup, heated tonic and a top of whipped cream. To add a touch of the forests in northern Sweden, garnish with lingonberry powder. Ingredients 30 ml Hernö Old Tom Gin 8 ml simple syrup 100 ml heated Tonic water Whipped cream Lingonberry powder* Preparation Pour Hernö Old Tom Gin and simple syrup into a glass. Stir. Heat Tonic water to 85–90 degrees Celsius. Pour into the glass. Top with whipped cream and lingonberry powder. If you want to keep the cocktail warm longer, preheat the glass. * Prepare your own lingonberry powder: Mix dried lingonberries into powder.
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Patrik Tapper, exceptional bartender and master of the art of challenging the conventional, has really crossed a border this time: A mix of Irish Coffee and Negroni. Has he lost his mind? Not at all. This is pure brilliance. And this might be the hottest drink of the winter season. Ingredients 20 ml Hernö Old Tom Gin 20 ml Antica Formula Vermouth 20 ml Carpano Botanic Bitter 20 ml water 20 ml sugar whipped cream freshly grated orange rind or nutmeg Preparation Pour Hernö Old Tom Gin, Antica Formula Vermouth, Carpano Botanic Bitter, water and sugar into a saucepan. Heat. Pour into a glass. Top with whipped cream and freshly grated orange rind or nutmeg.
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INTERNATIONAL NEGRONI WEEK. DAY 2. Patrik Tapper, exceptional bartender and master of the art of challenging the conventional, has really crossed a border: A warm Negroni inspired by Irish Coffee. Has he lost his mind? Not at all. This is pure brilliance. And this might be the coolest drink of the season. The Negroni Warmer: 20 ml Hernö Old Tom 20 ml Antica Formula 20 ml Carpano Botanic Bitter 20 ml water 20 ml sugar double cream orange zest or nutmeg Heat it until sugar has dissolved, pour into hot glass and top it with lightly whipped and fluffy double cream. Finish it off by grating some orange zest, or nutmeg if you prefer, on top of the drink.
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INTERNATIONAL NEGRONI WEEK. DAY 2. Patrik Tapper, exceptional bartender and master of the art of challenging the conventional, has really crossed a border: A warm Negroni inspired by Irish Coffee. Has he lost his mind? Not at all. This is pure brilliance. And this might be the coolest drink of the season. The Negroni Warmer: 20 ml Hernö Old Tom 20 ml Antica Formula 20 ml Carpano Botanic Bitter 20 ml water 20 ml sugar double cream orange zest or nutmeg Heat it until sugar has dissolved, pour into hot glass and top it with lightly whipped and fluffy double cream. Finish it off by grating some orange zest, or nutmeg if you prefer, on top of the drink.
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