Orange & Peppercorn Twist

Orange & Peppercorn Twist

This Gin & Tonic twist combines Bombay Sapphire, Franklin & Sons tonic water, black pepper and orange in the right proportions, creating a refreshing, uplifting Gin & Tonic twist with interest & intrigue. It reveals further complexity in Bombay Sapphire by pulling on the citrus & spice notes in the Grains of Paradise botanical

UNITS OF ALCOHOL 2

KCAL 153

ALCOHOL VOLUME 12.70%

COCKTAIL FLAVOUR PROFILE

Citrus Earthy Floral Pine Spicy
ingredients

Ingredients

  • 50ml Bombay Sapphire
  • 100ml Franklin & Sons tonic water (chilled & freshly opened)
  • 1 Orange wedge
  • 2 Full grinds of black pepper
glassware and barware

Glassware & Barware

  • Balloon glass
  • Long twisted bar spoon
  • Serrated knife & chopping board
  • Measuring device
  • Bottle opener for the tonic water
  • Pepper grinder

Method

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Step

1

Squeeze an orange wedge into a Balloon glass, then add two grinds of black pepper.

Step

2

Pour in the Bombay Sapphire and swirl the glass to mix and infuse.

Step

3

Fully fill the glass with cubed ice and stir to mix and chill.

Step

4

Top with 100ml of Franklin & Sons tonic water by pouring it gently down the bar spoon to retain as much effervescence as possible.

5

Gently fold/stir with a bar spoon to combine.

bartenders top tips

Bartender top tips

The more ice you have in a built drink, the better. It’s the first basic rule of thermal dynamics… Say, if you have 2 ice cubes in a glass then add room temperature liquids (e.g. gin and tonic), the ice will quickly melt, adding 50-60mls of water to your ‘G&T’. Start again, add loads of good quality cubed ice to your large Burgundy red wine glass, then add chilled liquids and you will find the ice won’t melt as much. Your drink shall now stay much colder for longer and have less dilution – providing a much tastier drinking experience for longer.

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While production of Bombay Sapphire gin continues as normal, we are sorry to announce that until Sunday 19th July 2020 inclusive, the Bombay Sapphire Visitor Centre will be cancelling all tours and events as well as closing our shop, bar and café due to the evolving coronavirus/COVID-19 situation. All tickets purchased for visits up to and including 19th July 2020 will be refunded back to the original purchase method or rebooked. We are constantly evaluating the situation and in contact with local officials, and we will update you when tours resume. Any extension to this closure date will be communicated with at least one week’s notice. The safety of our guests and staff is our highest priority, and we thank you for your patience.