Delicious One Gin Cocktail Ice Lollies for lazy Summer afternoons

August may have started off slightly damper than we were expecting but fear not, the sun is around the corner, and there’s nothing like ice cold, fruity lollies to cool you down on a hot Summer’s day. We’ve partnered up with Cawston Press to create four delicious One Gin cocktail ice lollies that are perfect for parties in the garden or for when you’re simply craving that cooling indulgence.

 

Strawberry Celebration Cocktail

 

Cocktail

50ml Sage & Apple Gin

3 large strawberries (muddled)

12.5ml lemon juice

150ml Hattingley Valley Sparkling Wine

 

Muddle strawberries in a mixing glass with lemon juice and gin. Fill with ice and shake well. Double strain into a sugar-rimmed chilled coupe and top with Hattingley Valley. Garnish with a pretty strawberry shape. 

Ice Lolly

12.5ml One Sage & Apple Gin

100ml Cawston Press Apple Juice

3 large strawberries (muddled)

12.5ml lemon juice

Muddle strawberries in a mixing glass with lemon juice and gin, fill with ice and shake well. Double strain into an ice lolly mould and top with Cawston press Apple Juice. Add a few thin slices of fresh strawberry to decorate and freeze overnight.

 

Hugo Cocktail



Cocktail

15ml One Sage & Apple Gin

150ml Sparkling Wine

15ml Elderflower Liqueur

4-5 fresh mint leaves

Pour all ingredients into a large wine glass filled with ice. Stir gently and garnish with a sprig of mint to serve.

Ice lolly

12.5ml One Sage & Apple Gin

100ml Cawston Press Elderflower & Apple Juice

25ml Sparkling Wine

4-5 fresh mint leaves

Pour all ingredients into a small jug and stir until the sparkling wine has lost a bit of its fizz. Strain the mixture into an ice lolly mould and leave to freeze overnight.

 

Rhubarb Gin Rickey

 

Cocktail

50ml One Sage & Apple Gin

15ml Rhubarb Syrup (100g sugar, 200g rhubarb, 200ml water)

15ml Lime juice

Soda water

Add the first 3 ingredients to a shaker filled with ice and shake well. Strain into a rocks glass filled with ice and top with soda water. Garnish with rhubarb or lime.

Ice Lolly

12.5ml One Sage & Apple Gin

120ml Cawston Press Apple & Rhubarb Juice

10ml Lime juice

Add all the ingredients to a small jug and stir until well combined. Decant into your ice lolly mould and freeze overnight.

 

Floradora



Cocktail

50ml One Gin

2-3 tsp raspberry jam

20ml lime juice

Ginger Ale

Add lime juice and raspberry jam to a shaker and stir until combined. Add gin and ice and shake well. Strain into a highball glass filled with ice and top with ginger ale. Garnish with a fancy lime wedge, wheel or peel.

Ice Lolly

12.5ml One Sage & Apple Gin

100ml Cawston Press Apple & Ginger Juice

2-3 tsp raspberry jam

10ml lime juice

Add all ingredients to a small jug and stir until well combined. Double strain into your ice lolly mould and add a fresh raspberry or two. Freeze overnight and enjoy the next day in the sun.

 

All these recipes are perfect to enjoy in the sunshine whilst sitting in your garden with friends. They’re made better if you shut your eyes for a moment, pretend you’re on a beach with the sun shining on your eyelids and sand between your toes, listening to the sound of the waves breaking.

Whatever you do this summer we hope you enjoy one with One Gin this summer.

Have you experimented with making your own ice lollies before? Tag us in your recipes on social!

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