Regal Cocktails to Celebrate the Coronation

Regal Cocktails to Celebrate the Coronation

As we commemorate the joyous occasion of the Coronation, it's only fitting to raise a glass in celebration. What better way to toast to this momentous event than with two exquisite cocktails that exude elegance? Let's dive into the recipes for the delightful Strawberry Royal and the refreshing Pimm's Gin & Tonic.

Strawberry Royal


- 60g strawberries (roughly chopped)
- 1 tsp strawberry jam
- 25ml Roundwood London Dry Gin
- Champagne

1. In a saucepan, combine the strawberries and strawberry jam. Cook over low heat until the berries become soft and mushy, usually 10 minutes.
2. Once the mixture has reached the desired consistency, strain the pulp through a muslin cloth (a clean tea towel does the job too), extracting the delicious strawberry essence.
3. In a cocktail shaker, combine the strawberry mixture and Roundwood London Dry Gin. Shake gently to blend the flavors.
4. Strain the mixture into a champagne flute, filling it about one-third of the way.
5. Finally, top off the glass with chilled champagne, allowing the bubbles to mingle with the strawberry-ness!
6. Optionally, you can garnish with a fresh strawberry or a sprig of mint for an extra touch of elegance.

The Strawberry Royal cocktail combines the sweetness of strawberries with the crisp botanicals of Roundwood London Dry Gin. The addition of champagne makes it a fitting drink to honour the King!


Pimm's Gin & Tonic

- 25ml Pimm's No. 1
- 25ml Roundwood London Dry Gin
- Fever-tree Indian Tonic

1. Fill a highball glass with ice cubes, allowing them to chill the glass.
2. Pour 25ml of Pimm's No. 1 over the ice, followed by 25ml of your favorite gin.
3. Gently stir the mixture to combine the flavors and chill the spirits.
4. Top up the glass with tonic water, adding a refreshing effervescence to the drink.
5. In true Pimm's fashion, garnish with a slice of cucumber, a sprig of mint, orange and strawberry. 

The Pimm's Gin & Tonic is truly the perfect blend of two British Summertime classics - don't just take our word for it!

Cheers to the Coronation Bank Holiday!

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