Born in West Penwith, the folks at the Pocketful of Stones Distillery have taken inspiration from the surrounding Atlantic Ocean. Of all her moods it’s those clear, fresh spring mornings that please the most.
Crisp and refreshing served with tonic, charming in a Martini and captivating in a Negroni.
A classic dry gin, with loads of floral (hibiscus flowers) and citrus notes (lemon and orange peel, lemon grass, lemon verbena), a freshness (Japanese tea), length and long sherbety finish (gorse and orris).
"We like to compare it to those early Cornish spring mornings. When it’s still a wee bit cold, the sea is that crystal clear blue but you know it’s still too cold to jump in to. You’re probably wrapped up, but you feel warm and it’s crisp, invigorating. You know those mornings."
The Cornish Dry is perfect served with premium tonic, garnished with a twist of orange. Keep the garnish simple so that the flavours and aromas of the gin stand out. Delisious in a classic negroni or a dry martini but two of our favourite cocktails at the minute are a Dirty Gibson and a Marmalade Cocktail.
- 2.75 oz Caspyn Cornish Dry Gin
- 3/4 oz Dry Vermouth
- 1 tsp cocktail onion brine
Stir well in a shaker with ice, then strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish & serve!
- 2 oz Caspyn Cornish Dry Gin
- 1 1/2 oz fresh squeezed lemon juice
- 2 tablespoons Orange Marmalade
Make the 1 1/12 oz of fresh squeezed lemon juice, using about 1 small lemon or half of a larger one.
Fill a martini shaker half way full with ice. Add a few ice cubes to an 8 oz glass.
Combine all the ingredients into the martini shaker and shake for 30 seconds. Strain the contents of the shaker over the 8 oz glass.
- IWSC Silver 2018 - Gin & Tonic
- The Gin Guide Awards - Category Winner 2018
- The Spirits Business - Silver 2018
|Units of Alcohol per single serving 25ml||1 unit per serving|
|Type||Spirit - Gin|