Ramos Gin Fizz

Adapted from the classic, this cocktail is allegedly unfavorable to mixologists because of a prescribed 12-minute shake time. Updated, the long shake isn’t necessary for a foamy top. 

2 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
3 - 4 drops Orange Blossom Water
1 Egg White
1 oz. Heavy Cream
½ oz. Fresh Lemon Juice
½ oz. Fresh Lime Juice
½ oz Simple Syrup
1 cup Ice Cubes
1-2 oz Seltzer

In a large cocktail shaker, combine NOLET’S Silver gin, orange blossom water, egg white, heavy cream, lemon & lime juice, and simple syrup. Shake vigorously for 25 seconds. Add ice and shake 30 seconds more. Strain mixture into a highball glass. Slowly pour soda water down the side of the shaker to loosen the remaining froth to top off. Garnish with an orange.

Roman Holiday

The slushie twist on a classic Gin Lemonade created by Mixologist Julie Reiner of Clover Club in Brooklyn.

2 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
3/4 oz. Campari
2 oz. Fresh-Squeezed Lemon Juice
2 oz. Simple Syrup
1 1/2 cups of Ice
2 whole Strawberries (tops cut off)
Orange twist and whole Strawberry for garnish

Blend first 6 ingredients until smooth. Pour into a tall glass; garnish with the orange twist and strawberry.

Garden Tom Collins

2 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
1 oz. Mint Simple Syrup  (sub recipe below)
0.75 oz. Lemon Juice
Soda Water
Lemon Wedge, Fruit or Herb for Garnish

Shake NOLET’S Silver gin, syrup and lemon juice with ice until chilled. Strain into an ice-filled highball glass (we used crushed ice). Top with soda water. Garnish with lemon, mint & cherry.

1 cup Fresh Mint Sprigs
1 cup Water
1/2 cup Sugar
3, 1” Strips of Lemon Rind

Combine water, sugar, mint & lemon in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring until sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and let syrup steep about 30 minutes. Strain through mesh to remove leaves; let cool. Makes enough for 4 cocktails. Can be stored in refrigerator for a week.

Gin and Tonic

1.25 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
4 oz. Tonic Water

Pour NOLET’S Silver Gin and tonic water into an ice-filled balloon glass. Stir well.
Garnish with two fresh raspberries.


Bloodhound (Batched)

The refreshing Bloodhound cocktail is always a hit, especially in summer when strawberries are abundant and sweet.

8 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
4 oz. Sweet Red Vermouth
3 oz. Dry Vermouth
1 pint of Strawberries (reserving 4 for garnish)
Juice of 1 Lemon
1 Tablespoon Sugar

Muddle strawberries (12-18 pieces) with lemon juice and sugar. Add NOLET’S Silver Gin and the vermouth. Shake vigorously and strain into a Martini or Coupe glass. Garnish with a strawberry.


Spring Negroni

A twist on a classic Negroni that is more spicy than sweet. A comforting sip that reminds us of a balmy evening along Lung Arno.

1.5 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
0.75 oz. Campari
0.5 oz. Punt E Mes
0.25 oz. Dry Vermouth
1 dash Cardamom Bitters
1 dash Orange Bitters

Stir over ice and strain into a rocks glass. Garnish with a grapefruit twist

White Sangria

8 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
1 bottle Dry White Wine
4 oz. White Grape Juice
4 oz. Sugar
4 oz. Sliced Seedless Grapes
1 Sliced Apple (Green or Red)
16 oz. Ginger Ale or Club Soda

Dissolve sugar in a pitcher with white wine, NOLET’S Silver, and grape juice. Add grapes and apple slices and chill.

Add ice and top with ginger ale or club soda. Serve over ice in a wine glass. Garnish with grapes.

Player’s Punch

1.25 oz NOLET’S Silver Gin
0.5 oz Sweet & Sour
2 oz Cranberry Juice
Ginger Ale

Combine first 3 ingredients over ice in a highball glass.
Top with ginger ale. Garnish with 3 raspberries.

Basil Smash

Refreshing and herbal, the NOLET'S Silver Basil Smash is an easy to build classic. The fruit and floral botanicals are luscious with basil and citrus, much like a garden party in a glass. 

1.25 oz NOLET’S Silver Gin
0.75 oz Simple Syrup
1 oz Lemon Juice
Basil Leaves

Muddle basil with simple syrup and lemon juice in a mixing tin. Add NOLET’S Silver, ice, and shake well. Strain into an ice-filled rocks glass. Garnish with a basil leaf.

Raspberry French 75

A vibrant variation of the French 75 has a bit of raspberry to propel the fruit-forward effervescent. The tart sweetness is controlled by the cocktail maker, we suggest starting with the proportions below and adding syrup as needed.    

1.25 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
0.75 oz. Lemon Juice
0.5 oz. Raspberry Simple Syrup
3 Raspberries
Champagne or Sparkling Wine

Pour NOLET’S Silver, lemon juice and raspberry syrup into a mixing glass with ice. Shake well. Strain into a Champagne flute. Carefully top with Champagne and garnish with a raspberry skewer.

Raspberry Simple Syrup:
1 cup Sugar
1 cup Raspberries (fresh or frozen)
1 cup Water

Combine all ingredients in a saucepan and heat over medium heat until sugar is dissolved and raspberries break down. Cool and refrigerate before using. Can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week.