Eiswirth says this drink plays off the resurgence of gin and the popularity of the Moscow Mule. “Nolet’s Gin provides notes of raspberry and Turkish rose and combines great with ginger beer to create a light, crisp and refreshing cocktail.” They purposely eschew the copper mug in favor of a wine glass to make it stand out.
Recipe courtesy of Del Frisco’s Grille, Washington, D.C.
- Red grapefruit wedge and mint sprig for garnish
Add gin and ginger beer to a wine glass over ice. Stir to combine, and garnish with the grapefruit wedge and mint sprig.