Do you know the drink from Italy everyone’s talking about? Say hello to Malfy Gin’s high-quality drinks delighting gin lovers everywhere. Malfy Gin was founded in 1906 by the Vergnano family near Turin and is synonymous with delicious gin of the highest quality.
The Malfy range includes four unique products made with the best local ingredients, including juniper from Tuscany, pink grapefruits and blood oranges from Sicily, and zingy lemons from the world-famous Amalfi Coast.
To make the Italian brand’s delicious products even tastier, we’re sharing 3 cocktail recipes that took the Drinks&Co team by storm!
Greetings from the Amalfi Coast: Ciao Malfy Spritz
Who doesn’t dream of a holiday on the beautiful Amalfi Coast? We can’t whisk you off to Italy, but perhaps the Ciao Malfy Spritz will bring you a little closer to living the Italian Dolce Vita.
- 35 ml Malfy Gin con Limone
- 50 ml lemon flavoured mineral water (or Sprite)
- 50 ml Prosecco or sparkling wine
- Blueberries, lemon slice and basil for decoration
Easy peasy lemon squeezy: Put ice cubes in a cocktail glass and add all ingredients. Stir carefully and garnish with the fruit and basil.
A Classic G&T with a Modern Twist: Gin Rosa & Tonic
Malfy Gin reinvents the classic G&T! Gin Tonic is a highball cocktail consisting of just gin, tonic water and a large amount of ice cubes. Malfy Gin gives this classic cocktail a modern Italian twist!
- 50 ml Malfy Gin Rosa
- 150 ml tonic water
- Grapefruit and rosemary sprig for decoration
The preparation for this cocktail couldn’t be simpler: pour the ingredients into a highball glass filled with ice and stir. Now all that’s missing is the decoration – let your creativity run wild!
The Bellini was invented sometime between 1934 and 1948 by Giuseppe Cipriani in Venice and named after the Venetian painter Giovanni Bellini. Malfy Gin gives this cocktail that extra something and will win over cocktail lovers instantly.
Pour the gin and peach juice into a chilled glass and stir gently. Top up with Prosecco and garnish with an orange peel.
If you’re looking for additional inspiration, you’ll find a treasure trove of delicious cocktail recipes on Malfy’s website to tantalise your taste buds!
Translated from Daniel Tangerner’s original German article by Chelsea Cummings.