Silent Pool Gin Signature Serves
From a classic negroni and the ultimate G&T recipe to honey-inspired creations, our quick and easy gin cocktails are perfect to make a moment extra special. Whether it is just taking time out for you to enjoy by yourself or making a celebration with a gathering of family and friends these cocktails will add something special to any occasion.
Silent Pool G&T
Create the perfect Silent Pool Gin & Tonic and fully experience the aroma and flavours of our gin.
50ml Silent Pool Gin
150ml Premium Indian Tonic
Pour 50ml Silent Pool Gin into a Silent Pool Gin copa glass filled with ice, top up with 150ml Premium Indian Tonic. Garnish with an orange wedge or elevate the experience with Silent Pool Mist – Bergamot Orange Liquid Garnish.
The Bee's Knees
The Bee's Knees boasts a fascinating history, with tales of its invention intertwined with influential figures such as Mrs. JJ Brown, famously known as the 'Unsinkable Molly Brown,' and believed to have originated in the glamorous setting of the Café Parisien with head bartender Frank Meier at the Hotel Ritz Paris in 1921. Whether it emerged out of Prohibition necessity in the United States or found its roots in the vibrant bars of Paris, the Bee's Knees has firmly established itself as a timeless classic. Crafted with the perfect blend of Silent Pool Gin, zesty lemon, and the rich sweetness of our local Albury honey, this cocktail pays homage to the tradition of the Bee's Knees.
50ml Silent Pool Gin
25ml Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
20ml Honey Water
Add al ingredients in a shaker with ice
Shake vigorously for 8 to 12 seconds
Double strain in a coupette glass
Garnish with a lemon peel
How to make Honey Water?
The Secret to our Bee's Knees!
Simply add the 1/2 cup of honey and 1/2 cup of water into a small saucepan over medium heat. Stir until the honey is dissolved. Allow to cool and transfer to an airtight container. The Honey Water will keep, refrigerated, for up to 1 month.
Despite vodka's popularity, most cocktail aficionados would agree that the best Martini recipe is a gin Martini recipe. Looking into the history books for the origins of the Martini will reveal a similar story: the earliest recognizable Martini recipes, from Italy and the United States, all call for gin. Silent Pool Gin is particularly brilliant gin for a martini with is layered aroma and delicate floral combined with juniper backbone to create a complex layered martini.
60ml Silent Pool Gin
15ml Dry Vermouth
Stir all ingredients on ice and pour them in a martini glass, garnish with a lemon peel or lemon coin.
Rare Citrus Gin Signature Serve
Born in Italy, the Negroni is the world’s most popular cocktail created in 1919 made with equal parts gin, sweet vermouth and Campari plus ice and orange garnish. The Rare Citrus is a fantastic gin to use in a Negroni due to the range of exotic and aromatic citrus fruits within the gin. It is famous as the perfect aperitif and there are many fantastic variations on the classic negroni recipe.
25ml Silent Pool Rare Citrus Gin
Stir all ingredients on ice and pour on ice in a rocks glass. Garnish with an orange peel or an orange wedge.