3 Must Mix Summertime Cocktails Made with Warner's Rhubarb Gin | Lassou Blog

As we cruise into summer, it's the perfect time to play around with innovative cocktails! 

Let's get this summer started with some light, refreshing, and delectable cocktails made using Warner's Rhubarb Gin. These drinks, lovingly created by guys at Warner's gin distillery, will delight your taste buds from the first sip.

What is Warner's Rhubarb Gin?

Rhubarb is one-third of the recipe. Two-thirds of the day is filled with sunshine and joy. This is the world's first Rhubarb Gin, manufactured by Warner's Distillery, and it's only pink because of Mother Nature.

On the scent, expect tart rhubarb aromas, followed by a rich and delicious rhubarb with cardamom and sweet orange.

Buy your bottle of rhubarb gin at Lassou and let's get into mixing, shall we?

Rhubarb Fizz

Sure Rhubarb Fizz may sound a little strange but it is as delicious as it sounds. If you love rhubarb and fizz, you are in for a real treat!


  • 35ml Warner’s Rhubarb Gin
  • 15ml lemon juice
  • 7.5ml sugar syrup
  • Prosecco


In an ice-filled shaker, combine all of the ingredients (except the prosecco) and shake vigorously (approximately 10 seconds). Strain twice into your flute. Top up with prosecco and garnih with a rhubarb stick.


Rhubarb Rebel

This cocktail is for you, colorful personalities! Made using Warner's rhubarb gin, which is made with actual rhubarb and packed with flavor from the countryside.


  • 50ml Rhubarb Gin
  • 35ml Cloudy Apple Juice
  • 35ml Soda Water
  • 35ml Prosecco


Nice and simple. Add all ingredients to a copa glass filled with fresh cubed ice. Give a quick stir and you're ready to go!

Rhubarb & Grapefruit Collins

The delicious flavor combination of rhubarb and grapefruit in your drink adds a light, fruity taste with a hint of sweetness.


  • 50ml Warner's Rhubarb Gin
  • 25ml pink grapefruit juice
  • 5ml honey water
  • Soda water


Shake the gin, grapefruit juice and honey together with lots of ice. Fine strain into your glass with ice and top up with soda. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary and enjoy. 

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