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More Than A G & T - A Gin-uine Good Time!

Our founder and CEO Kathryn Willman recently jumped on board the gin bus for Cayman Cocktail Week’s “More than a G&T”, a little tour down Gin Lane." With four stops, four cocktails, and four gins, this tour delved into the story of gin from its origins to its recent renaissance.

The $50 per person fee included cocktails, bar bites and transportation on a tour touted as "A very specific cocktail tour for gin lovers, stopping at 4 surprise Cayman Bars!", and it did not disappoint. Colin Morris, a new resident said, "It was one of the best nights I've had on the island to-date!"

Attendees departed via minibus from Camana Bay to sample their way through these delectable drinks.

Ori-Gin created by Ensor Yussef at Pappagallo

Stop 1: Pappagallo cocktail created by Ensor Yusseff

  • Drink: ORI-GIN

  • Ingredients: Tanqueray No. TEN, Carpano Antica Vermouth, Luxardo Maraschino Mist, PI Avocado Seed Bitters, Barrel Aged for 72 hours

  • Theme: Origin of Gin

Stop 2: Bacaro cocktail created by Gregor Sauperl

  • Drink: Bathtub

  • Ingredients: City of London Gin, Chamomile syrup, Fresh Citrus

  • Theme: London Gin and Gin lane

Cruiseshipper's Paradise Cocktail at Sandbar

Stop 3: Sandbar cocktail created by Marshall Bishop

  • Name: Cruiseshippers Paradise

  • Ingredients: Hibiscus & Ginger infused Daiquiri with Tanqueray Gin

  • Theme: Modern day gin revival

Stop 4: Karoo cocktail created by Chris Collins

  • Name: Small Acorns

  • Ingredients: Whitley Neil Rhubarb & Ginger Gin, apple shrub, lemon, soda

  • Theme: Prohibition/ modern day gin revival

Of the event, Kathryn said “The tour was a fun evening in a group, but anyone attending alone would have an excellent time as well. It was a great way to meet new people and visit some of the bars I have yet to visit on island! Each cocktail was accompanied by a tasty snack and the cocktail gin-iuses provided an overview with background information which added an interesting and educational aspect to the experience.”

To cap it off each attendee received a gift bag with a selection of delectable goodies and, of course, a nip of gin!

Cayman Cocktail week starts next Friday with something for everyone, from ticketed workshops to no-cover, chill, hang-outs sipping Tanqueray G&Ts.

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Special thanks to Jo, Simon and Jacques Scott for the fantastic event!

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