Five From Home

  • Base Spirit Gin
  • Preparation Shaken
  • Flavor Refreshing
  • Served On the Rocks

Created by Chris Bidmead of Blue Quarter in New York, NY for the Caorunn Gin 10 Year Switch competition.

“Dedication to hand foraging and sourcing ingredients shows a true love of craft. Taking inspiration from Caorunn Gin, I wanted to use ingredients that highlight the foraged botanicals in the gin as well as local ingredients from New York,” Bidmead The apple brandy brings in apples from New York/New Jersey where the syrup brings up the dandelion highlighted in Caorunn. The name ‘5 From Home’, comes from the distance that a dandelion seed can travel.”

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Print Recipe
5 From Home
  1. Combine all ingredients except soda into a tin.
  2. Whip shake, and strain over fresh ice into a Collins glass.
  3. Top with soda.
  4. Garnish with Dandelion flower

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