Exploring Saint Amans Gin: Beyond Tonic Water - get creative with delightful mixers!


Saint Amans Gin, is a timeless and versatile spirit, which many people enjoy in classic cocktails like the gin and tonic. However, if you're looking to expand your horizons and experiment with new flavors, there's a whole world of mixers beyond tonic water waiting to be discovered. In this blog post, we'll dive into the realm of gin mixology and explore a variety of exciting alternatives to tonic water that can elevate your gin-drinking experience to new heights. So, let's grab our glasses and embark on a journey of taste!

  1. Citrus Infusion: The Zesty Twist : Saint Amans gin contains orange and lemon zest as part of the mix of 18 botanicals. If you're a fan of refreshing, citrusy flavors, try mixing your gin with a touch of freshly squeezed lemon or lime juice. The bright acidity of citrus fruits adds a vibrant burst to the gin, creating a zesty and invigorating drink. For a touch of sweetness, consider adding a splash of simple syrup or agave nectar.

2. Bitter Elegance: The Negroni Experience For those with a taste for bittersweet cocktails, the Negroni offers a delightful alternative to the classic G&T. Combine equal parts gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth, and garnish with an orange twist. Or even better, try Negroni by Saint Amans, a ready to drink cocktail made specially for you! The Negroni's distinctive bitterness creates a sophisticated and complex flavor profile that gin enthusiasts will appreciate.

3. Herbal Infusions: Garden Freshness Herbs and gin are a match made in heaven. Saint Amans Gin contains thyme fresh from the Saint Amans garden. Experiment with fresh herbs like basil, thyme, or rosemary to infuse your gin with enticing aromas. Muddle the herbs gently in a glass, add gin and ice, and top it off with soda water or a splash of sparkling elderflower or something light to enhance the gin. The result? A botanical masterpiece that showcases the natural harmony between gin and herbs.

4. Fruity Medley: Bursting with Flavor If you prefer a fruity twist, consider our Saint Amans Gin Rosé. You can mix your gin with fruit juices like cranberry or raspberry juice.These vibrant and tangy juices complement the botanical notes of gin, providing a tangy flavor experience. Experiment with different fruit combinations to find your perfect match. Frozen raspberries work brilliantly as a garnish for Saint Amans Gin Rosé.

5. Floral Delicacy: Fragrant Bliss Indulge in the delicate and aromatic world of floral mixers. Combine your gin hibiscus tea, lavender syrup, or even rosewater for a touch of elegance, and to complement the Saint Amans Gin floral ingredients : rose petals, lavender and violets. These floral additions beautifully complement the botanical profile of gin, resulting in a truly enchanting sip.

So all in all, while tonic water is undoubtedly a classic choice, the world of gin mixology offers countless alternatives that can bring out the best in your gin. From citrus-infused delights to herbal infusions, bitter elegance to fruity medleys, and floral delicacies, there's a vast array of mixers waiting to be explored. So, next time you reach for your bottle of gin, dare to venture beyond tonic water and discover the myriad of flavor possibilities. Cheers to a journey of gin-drinking exploration!