Summer cocktail recipe

A Mediterranean classic cocktail reinvented with the new Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ to create a truly exceptional aperitif. This beautifully refreshing drink is easy to recreate and perfect for toasting summer moments amongst friends.


25ml Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’
Fever-Tree Mediterranean tonic water
15ml Aperol
Twist of orange peel


Simply fill a large wine glass with ice, add the Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ and Aperol. Top up with Fever-Tree Mediterranean tonic water, stir gently and garnish with a twist of orange peel on the side of the glass. Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’ (41.4% ABV) is priced at £40 per 70cl bottle and is available from early July online at, from the Salcombe Gin Distillery and at selected independent retailers nationwide.

Rosé Sainte Marie’ can be enjoyed from the beginning to the end of a meal, as an aperitif or a digestif, on the beach or beside the pool, but always when you need a little Mediterranean sunshine in your life.

It is purposefully dry in style, with no added sugar, letting the consumer control their desired level of sweetness of their G&T through their selection of mixer and garnish. For the ultimate pink G&T using Salcombe Gin ‘Rosé Sainte Marie’, simply fill a large wine glass with ice and add a large measure of gin to three parts premium Indian tonic water. Garnish with a slice of strawberry to accentuate the bouquet of red fruit or a twist of fresh lemon peel to bring the fragrant citrus to the fore.



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