To make your dazzling dinner all the more special


our dazzling Christmas dinner deserves delicious Christmas drinks — and Sir Edmond is here to help. For the occasion, we selected three titillating concoctions, each with their own festive twist. Orange, red or yellow, take your pick…

(Click on the cocktail name for the full recipe.)

  1. G&T Orange & Coffee

This Gin & Tonic has been a Sir Edmond favourite since the day it was first thought up and tasted. How such a simple recipe — 50 ml of gin, 150 ml of premium tonic, some coffee beans and a slice of orange — can have such a tasty impact remains a mystery to this day. The ‘Orange & Coffee’ has the ability to get any kind of party started, from a fancy dinner party with family to a party party with your best friends.

  1. The Flamingo Club

The Flamingo Club has its roots in pre-Prohibition era Philadelphia. The classic drink on which we based our festive version is called the Clover Club, named after a gentleman’s club in Philly’s Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, founded in the late 1800s. The Flamingo Club is hard to ignore: served in a Martini glass with a few pieces of raspberry on top, it’s a feast for the eyes. This fresh and fruity thirst quencher is best enjoyed with simple syrup — the Dutch call this ‘stroop’ — or raspberry syrup.

  1. The French Rebel

The French Rebel is Sir Edmond’s take on the French 75: an irresistible combination of gin, champagne, lemon juice and simple syrup. Served in a champagne flute, this cocktail is your perfect partner-in-crime when it comes to Christmas festivities. (Non-rebels might say the French Rebel should be illegal, it’s that good.) Whether your dinner is going smoothly or in need of a spirited boost, this innocent looking creation has got you covered.

Are you still in need of an unusual Christmas present for (one of) your loved ones? Get your bottle(s) of Sir Edmond Gin here.