This pink gin martini is made with Gin Lane 1751 and has such an enchanting, feminine air. More complex than a traditional martini, this cocktail includes a delicate herbal spice, perfect for a baby shower, Easter or any lady-like affair!
I’ve finally done it! I’ve jumped on the pink gin bandwagon. I was a little apprehensive at first because, apparently, it’s pre-mixed with bitters – that’s what gives it its pink color. Bitters and gin sounded odd to me, but GOODNESS it’s tasty!
Gin and bitters was a cocktail made popular in the 19th century in England but it went out of fashion at one point. Luckily for us, it’s back!
I’ve made a few cocktails with Gin Lane 1751, like these precious pink gin and tonics, and they’re a favorite signature cocktail at every bridal shower and Easter party I’ve thrown!
I hope you love this pink gin martini as much as I do!
Help yourself to more pretty pink inspiration!
- The Pink Cherry Blossom Maraschino Liqueur Cocktail
- Pink Deviled Eggs
- Sparkling Pink Grapefruit Cocktail with Cucumber
- Pretty Pink Gin & Tonics
- Mini Croque Monsieur
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The Pretty Pink Gin Martini
- cocktail shaker
- martini or coup glass
- ½ oz. dry vermouth
- 3 oz. Gin Lane 1751
- lemon peel
- Pour ingredients into a shaker with ice cubes. Stir or shake well, depending on preference. Strain in chilled martini or coup glass. Squeeze oil from lemon peel onto the drink..
This is lovely. I’ll make this with my rose gin!
Thank you! <3
Your cocktails look like pieces of art! What flowers are you using as garnish? And do you have a good resource for determining whether certain flowers are harmful when consumed?
Thank you very much! In this post, I’m using simple spray rose and thistle for the first cocktail and for the gin and tonics, I’m using waxflower and thyme. Below is a nice list of edible flowers, but sometimes, if I find a beautiful, organic flower at my Farmer’s Garden, I’ll simply check to make sure it’s non-toxic if it isn’t edible. Organic roses are non-toxic, for example, but not particularly tasty. I assume my guests won’t try to sample the roses on their cocktails 😉
What pink gin do you recommend?
I love Gin Lane 1751. I use it for all of my pink gin cocktails. It’s what I used for the photos in this post 😉