8 Best Gin Cocktails to Try

Gin Fizz Cocktail

The Gin Fizz is among the most traditional gin beverages! It has the ideal combination of sweetness and tartness, and the addition of soda water produces a delightfully fluffy egg white foam topping.

Gin and Tonic

What gin cocktail is more traditional than the gin and tonic? With just two ingredients, it manages to have a crisp, botanical flavor that is both simple and interesting!

Tom Collins Cocktail

A traditional gin sour, or tall highball created with gin and lemon juice, is the Tom Collins. It's a sweet and sour beverage. It's fizzy, refreshing, and adds fun to any evening.

Gin Gimlet

This gin gimlet is a quick cocktail to make it only takes five minutes! This cocktail gained popularity in the 1950s and strikes the ideal balance between gin's botanical flavor and sweetness and tartness.

French 75 Cocktail

A French 75 is among the classiest and coolest gin cocktail recipes! Champagne, lemon, and gin are the only basic ingredients, despite its enigmatic moniker.


A Southside is a traditional gin cocktail consisting of gin, mint, lemon, and lime. It has a strong, herbaceous flavor, like to a gin Mojito. With decades of history behind it,


Here's a traditional gin beverage that's become rather popular: the Negroni! The vivid crimson color of the Campari creates an exquisite, jewel-toned drink statement.

Bees Knees

The Bees Knees is a traditional gin drink that is sweet, tangy, and refreshing! It has a flavor that goes well with its lively moniker from the 1920s. Using honey instead of refined sugar for making simple syrup gives beverages a deep