We find that some whiskey enthusiasts appreciate the complexities in gins. One of the gins that our whiskey friends have responded to most favorably with compliments over the years has been Nolet’s Gin.
Priced at $45, it is slightly more expensive that some premium gins and well worth money for unique spice, texture and depth that it offers. While we recommend drinking this gin neat or on the rocks, we’re sharing a couple refreshing gin cocktail recipes below.
With over 300 years in the business, Nolet’s Distillery has been passed down from father to son for 10 generations making it one of the oldest companies in the world which is still in the hands of the founding family.
Founded in 1691 in Schiedam, the Nolet Distillery also produces Kettle One Vodka and Harlem Kruiden Liqueur.
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Nolet’s Silver Peach Lemonade Punch
1 bottle (750 ml) NOLET’S Silver Dry Gin
2.25 L Fresh Squeezed Lemonade
375 ml Elderflower Liqueur
2 Bags Frozen Peaches
Mix all ingredients in a pitcher or infusion jar and stir. Serve over ice in a highball glass and garnish with a peach slice or raspberry skewer.
Nolet’s Silver Sangria
8 oz. NOLET’S Silver Dry Gin
750 ml Dry White Wine
4 oz. White Grape Juice
4 oz. Sugar
4 oz. Sliced Seedless Grapes
1 Sliced Apple (Green or Red)
16 oz. Ginger Ale or Club Soda
In a pitcher, dissolve sugar in white wine, NOLET’S Silver, and grape juice. Add grapes and apple slices and chill overnight. Add ice and top with ginger ale or club soda prior to serving.