Salvatore Calabrese is a legend, often called the ‘maestro’ of cocktails and holds an award to prove it. He is the creator of the famous Duke’s martini and is perfectly placed to advise us on how our beautifully crafted gin should be mixed.
It can’t always be the perfect warm summer's afternoon, in fact, they can be few and far between, however, we welcome you to pour yourself a Tulchan™ and taste the flavours of the rolling hills of Speyside, where the sun is setting and the view is endless.
At the House of Tulchan™, the door is always open and our gin is always ready to be poured.
- 1 to 3 parts Tulchan™ Gin
- 3 parts Tonic
Pour the ingredients into a glass filled with ice, stir and garnish with a wedge of orange for a sweeter less acidic aroma that compliments the elegant character of the Tulchan™ Gin.
- 1 part Tulchan™ Gin
- 3 parts Champagne
- ½ part fresh lemon juice
- ½ part sugar syrup
Add the Tulchan™ Gin, syrup and lemon to a shaker and fill with ice, shake vigorously and double strain into a chilled Champagne flute, top with Champagne and give a gentle stir
- 2 parts Tulchan™ Gin
- 2 parts Dry Vermouth (use less vermouth for a drier martini)
Combine all ingredients into a mixing glass filled with ice, stir until chilled and tastes to your liking, strain into a stemmed glass of your choice, garnish with wild rosemary or chamomile flowers when in season.