Cocktail Combo - Tom Collins (Makes 14)
£44.00

The first recorded Tom Collins recipe is from the second edition of Jerry Thomas’ book, “The Bartender’s Guide”, published in 1876, in which the Tom Collins is a class of drink, with the type of alcoholic spirit being used specified after the name Tom Collins (e.g. “-brandy”,”-gin”). It was others, who came after Thomas, “the father of American mixology,” who changed the Tom Collins from its three main variations into a purely gin drink.

Contains:

  • Tanqueray Gin 70cl
  • 6 x Lemons
  • 2 x Soda Water 1 Ltr
  • Bag of Ice 

You'll need: 

  • Tall Glasses
  • Sugar Syrup

Ingredients & Method: 

  • Add ice to each glass
  • Add in 50ml gin, a big squeeze of lemon juice (roughly 25ml) & 25ml of sugar syrup
  • Stir gently & top up with 125ml chilled soda water 
  • Keep repeating for more drinks
  • Garnish with a slice of lemon & enjoy!