Cocktail recipes

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romeosgin x girly drink not his old fashioned

Not His Old Fashioned

Here is the interpretation of the girly drink by Evita Mitura from Vancouver. Not His Old Fashioned is a pink and fruity cocktail featuring romeo’s gin X and a hibiscus and pink peppercorn syrup, amongst other delicious ingredients.

romeosgin x girly drink black oleander

BLACK OLEANDER

Here is the interpretation of the girly drink by Sandy de Almeida from Toronto. Black Oleander is a fresh cocktail featuring romeo’s gin X, and Averna amaro amongst other delicious ingredients.

romeosgin x girly drink unapologetically me

Unapologetically Me

Here is the interpretation of the girly drink by Adaina Smyth from Montreal. Unapologetically Me is a fresh cocktail featuring romeo’s gin X, watermelon, a basil, mint and feta syrup, amongst other delicious ingredients.

romeosgin x girly drink il pelle

Il Pelle

Here is the interpretation of the girly drink by Lori Chiaradia from Montreal. Il Pelle is a strong cocktail featuring romeo’s gin X infused with prosciutto and vermouth infused with cantaloupe, amongst other delicious ingredients

romeosgin x girly drink declarations of sentiments

The Declaration of Sentiments

Here is the interpretation of the girly drink by Anna Levy from Montreal. The Declaration of Sentiments is a strong cocktail featuring romeo’s gin X, mezcal, vermouth, amongst other delicious ingredients.

Midnight Negroni - a romeo's gin cocktail for the holidays with candied ginger

Midnight Negroni

The Midnight Negroni is a romeo’s gin Holidays twist on a classic negroni recipe!

romeo's gin cocktail romeo’s fashioned with grapefruit

romeo’s fashioned

romeo’s fashioned is an Old Fashioned cocktail variation with romeo’s gin and pink grapefruit.

Maple Love is a romeo's gin cocktail created by Andrew Whibley from Not Too Sweet, inspired by the art of Whatisadam at the romeo's Museum.

Maple Love

Maple Love is a romeo’s gin cocktail created by Andrew Whibley from Not Too Sweet, inspired by the art of Whatisadam at the romeo’s Museum.