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..