grilling with shine cocktails
Preptime: 4 minutes
Gin has always been a summer time favourite beverage full of complex flavours thanks to the infused botanicals. When you add a cross mixture of different flavours to gin like lime bitters, blackberry moonshine and hot spices you can up your game for great to amazing.
This may become you summertime go-to drink… say hello to a frosty thirst quencing grilling with shine gin-shine!
Find more of our Grill with Shine shows and food and drink suggestions on our page
here’s how to mix-up a gin-shine by the ‘grilling with shine’ intoxoligst Sven Mcoy
fill a shaker with 4-5 ice cubes
add 2 ounces of Copperhead Distillery ‘Ol’ Biddy premium Gin’
pour in a 20o ml bottle of ‘Fever-Tree’ fancy-ass premium Indian tonic water
stir and smeel the goodness
2 ounces of Copperhead Ol’ Biddy Gin
1 ounce of Blackberry Moonshine
5 dashes of Dillon’s Lime Bitters
5 dashes of Tapatío Hot Sauce
3-5 grinds of fresh black pepper
200ml of Fever-Tree fancy-ass premium Indian tonic water
Grilling with Shine show hosts are the grilling and distillery enthusiasts, intoxologist Sven Mcoy (left) and grill master Troy de Bois (right).
goonie goo-goo productions presents
grilling with shine
Grilling with Shine is a road tour cooking and drinking show hosted by the grilling and distillery enthusiasts, Troy de Bois (grill master) and Sven Mcoy (intoxologist).
Come watch how these two lifelong backwoods friends cook-up something on the grill and explore how they can use moonshine as a basic ingredient in every recipe.
goonie goo-goo productions is excited to launch this new real life adventure exploring craft distilleries, local butcher shops and markets in small towns and discovering how fun the grilling life can be.
If you have any suggestions on what distilleries we should visit or any ideas for upcoming shows on what to grill and where to drink let us know.
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May 2021 our first sets of heavy-duty goonie goo-goo cornhole boards hit backyards across Southern Ontario and the response is incredible.
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