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It’s no secret that we don’t do things like other gin makers – it’s why we are, and always have been, an ingenious gin.

That’s why we’ve partnered with one of the world’s leading mixologists, Walter Pintus, to share his ‘gin genius’ tips and techniques to elevate everyone’s cocktail making skills. Impress your guests by creating your very own aromatic garnish with a fun and exciting twist!

A spray garnish is an elegant finishing touch that can elevate your cocktail from the ordinary to the exemplary. Rumoured to be first introduced in America in the 60s, a spray of intense fragrance offers a sensory overload that complements the taste, adding another dimension to your cocktail making.

Creating an orange & thyme aromatic garnish

A quick and simple but highly effective method for creating an essence of thyme and orange spray garnish which can be kept and used as a staple in your cocktail cupboard.

Tools required

  • Peeler
  • Chopping board
  • Sharp knife
  • Knife
  • Small spray bottle (commonly known as a mister or atomiser)

Ingredients required

  • 1 large orange
  • 2 sprigs of fresh thyme
  • Small amount of Caorunn Blood Orange Gin


  1. Peel two strips from a large orange.
  2. Slice peel into fine strips.
  3. Insert orange peel strips into small spray bottle.
  4. Add 2 sprigs of fresh thyme into the bottle.
  5. Top up the bottle with Caorunn Blood Orange Gin.
  6. Leave for at least 1 week to rest and infuse.
  7. Spray and enjoy!

Creating a raspberry & cinnamon aromatic garnish

What is better than an amazing tasting cocktail? A cocktail that also smells incredible! Aromatic garnishes enrich cocktails by engaging the sense of smell, a crucial component of taste, to create a sensory overload and extra memorable experience.

Want to impress your guests? We will quickly show you how to create a super concentrated raspberry and cinnamon aromatic essence which can be kept and reused for months.


  • Small atomiser bottle
  • 2-3 teaspoons of freeze-dried raspberries
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • Small amount of Caorunn Scottish Raspberry Gin


  1. Add freeze-dried raspberries to atomiser bottle (if chopped raspberries are not available the finely chop before inserting).
  2. Add cinnamon stick to bottle.
  3. Top up bottle with Caorunn Scottish Raspberry Gin.
  4. Leave for at least 1 week to rest and infuse.
  5. Spray 4-5 times over each cocktail.

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