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Create the ultimate campfire

Three simple summer cocktail recipes

As if you needed any more prompting to crack into the bottle of The Botanist gin that you’ll find waiting in your tent, they’ve come up with some simple summer cocktails to get you reaching for the ice. These easy twists on a couple of classics are perfect for beach picnics, alfresco dining and balmy summer nights in the fresh air. 


Peach & Chamomile Gin & Tonic

A sweet take on the G&T, with complementary flavours making it taste like Pimms’ hippy cousin. 

You'll need:

35ml The Botanist

Premium Tonic

Slice of peach and fresh chamomile to garnish


1. Top up 35ml of The Botanist Gin with premium tonic.

2. Garnish with a slice of peach and chamomile.


Elderflower & Mint Martini

The sharpness of a straight Martini softened with fresh wild scents.

You'll need: 

50ml The Botanist

10ml dry vermouth

5ml / tsp of elderflower liqueur

Sprig of mint


1. Stir ingredients with plenty of ice in a mixing jug.

2. Strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with fresh mint.


Foraged Syrup & Soda

No need for the non-drinkers to miss out, just soak some foraged ingredients in sugar syrup for a  mocktail.

You'll need: 

Whatever you can find in-season - blackberries, mint, wild raspberries, rose petals or even daisies.

Sugar syrup - sugar and water in a 2:1 ratio (eg 100g sugar, 50g water).



1. Fill a Kilner jar with your foraged ingredients and pour over the sugar syrup, leave for a while to infuse.

2. Pour syrup into a tall glass add soda and stir, maybe garnish with some spare foraged fruits or a contrasting flavour. (The syrup makes a great addition to a G&T too!)