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Lanique is a premium spirit made from thousands of steam-distilled rose petals. Started in southeast Poland in the late 1700’s by a polish princess, who started off creating high quality vodka which she infused with local fruits. It was during a royal visit to the middle east that she discovered rose petals and decided to import them to infuse in her vodka, to create the first bottle of Lanique. For over 200 years ago it was enjoyed by kings and queens across Europe. Rediscovered in 2015, Lanique is now produced in the UK using the original recipe.
Recreate a little 18th century indulgence with our luxurious cocktail recipes below.
15ml Giffard Agave Syrup30ml Lime JuiceGarnish with Lime Wheel
A delicious combination of floral and sour notes. A rose tinted twist on the Mexican classic.
30ml Gin15ml Dry Vermouth15ml Giffard Bitter Concentrate SyrupServed over cubed ice and garnished with an Orange Wedge
A floral twist on a bitter classic, this serve packs a high spirited punch with a delicate rosy finish.
60ml Lanique30ml Lime Juice1 Egg WhiteGarnish with 3 Raspberries on a cocktail stick
A silk smooth cocktail with sweet rose flavours.
60ml Laniquehalf a Lime, freshly squeezedServed over crushed ice and garnished with a Lime Wedge
A harmony of sweet and sour - the fresh lime balances the natural sweetness of the rose and complements the natural aromas of Lanique.
30ml Rumhalf a fresh Limefresh Minttopped with Soda WaterServed over crushed ice and garnished with a sprig of Mint and dried Rose Petals
A South American legend meets the East in this beautifully balances drink. Lanique's natural sweetness removes the need to add additional sugar and adds a floral complexity to a classic mojito.
100ml Tonic50ml ProseccoGarnish with Cucumber Ribbon
The perfect drinks for a Summer's day! The Lanique Spritz offers the perfect balance of flavours: the combination of floral and sweet rose, against dry prosecco and refreshing tonics.
30ml Gin10ml Giffard Lychee Syrup2 dashes Peychaud’s BittersGarnish with a Rose Petal