Quarterpast Crisp Apple Gin Fizz.

Make your next party a hit with Quarterpast’s Crisp Apple Gin Fizz cocktail 

At-home bartending should be a pleasure — not a chore — which is why Quarterpast is elevating the art of mixology with its newly debuted Quarterpast Classic Cocktail Mixer kit, perfectly timed for the festive season. 

A fuss-free way to concoct premium cocktails, the kit contains a recipe book, trusty jigger, and four delectable Quarterpast Mixology Bases — Crisp Apple, Triple Peach, Tahitian Lime & Mint and Cranberry & Lime. Harnessing the punchy flavour of cold-brewed fruit, the Mixology Bases remove the need to squeeze citrus, muddle fruit and herbs — after all, who really wants to make an unnecessary mess in the kitchen? 

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Ultimately, the Classic Cocktail Mixer Kit is a trusty bartender in a bottle, creating up to 100 drinks with ease. It’s also the perfect present for budding hosts, the person who has it all, or a Secret Santa gift for a party-loving colleague. 

Simple to make at home and designed to be shared and enjoyed with loved ones, we’ve already proven how effortless it is to whip up a cocktail with the Quarterpast Tahitian Lime & Mint Jalapeño Mule. In the spirit of giving, we’re also sharing the recipe for the Quarterpast Crisp Apple Gin Fizz — a tipple that infuses the wonderfully refreshing combination of tart apple and botanical gin. 

Quarterpast Crisp Apple Gin Fizz.

Quarterpast Crisp Apple Gin Fizz 


30ml Quarterpast Crisp Apple Mixolology Base 
45ml gin
30ml lemon juice
1 egg white (30ml)
Ice (to shake)
Soda water (for foam topping)
Edible flowers (for garnish) 


1. Pour the Quarterpast Crisp Apple, gin, egg white, and lemon juice into a Boston cocktail shaker. 
2. Shake for 15 seconds. 
3. Open the shaker and add a handful of ice. 
4. Shake for a further 15 seconds until the shaker has frosted over. 
5. Strain the mixture into a champagne flute. 
6. Carefully top with soda water to build the foam head. 
7. Garnish with edible flowers. 

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