Prepare for Spring with Mirabeau’s Dry Rosé Gin cocktails


As the weather begins to warm up again in Australia, it is time to bring out the gin cocktails to sip on as the flowers bloom. The versatility of gin makes it easy to enjoy in a wide variety of cocktails to suit the spring mood.

Taking inspiration from the abundance of botanicals found along the French Riviera, Mirabeau’s Dry Rosé Gin redefines the normally sugary pink gin category, with a dry, yet highly aromatic style.

Mirabeau’s Dry Rosé Gin is distilled in a beautiful unique gin bottle with a touch of its much-loved rosé wine. It makes a delicious Mediterranean G&T and delectable cocktails, including pink versions of some of the classics, such as the Rosé Negroni and Rosé Gin Martini.

Unlike others in the growing pink gin category, Mirabeau Dry Rosé Gin is a grape-based spirit, made from upcycled grape skins after they have been pressed during the winemaking process. The addition of its award-winning rosé adds a lovely roundness to the final blend.

The botanicals are evocative of the French Riviera and add further aromatic layers, a delicious complexity and luxurious texture. The result is a pale pink gin, with a unique style, bringing a burst of aromas to captivate the increasing number of gin lovers worldwide.

Try making a rosé gin cocktail to impress your friends at your next dinner party or to enjoy by yourself during the warmer seasons that we know and love:

Mirabeau Pink Gimlet


  • 50ml Mirabeau Dry Rosé Gin
  • 25ml Simple Syrup
  • 50ml Lime Juice
  • 75ml Mirabeau Pure


  • Combine all ingredients into an ice filled
  • Cocktail shaker. Shake together and pour into a coupe glass filled with crushed ice.
  • Garnish with half wheel of lime and sprigs of thyme.

Mirabeau Margarita


  • 45ml Mirabeau Gin
  • 45ml Fresh Grapefruit Juice
  • 15ml Fresh Lemon Juice
  • Juice from 1 wedge of lime
  • 90ml Spicy Ginger Beer by Cap


  • In a filled cocktail shaker, combine the Mirabeau Gin and juices
  • Shake vigorously and pour into the prepared glass
  • Top it up with the spicy ginger beer and garnish with the quarter wheels of grapefruit

Prepare your glasses:

  1. Place the grapefruit juice in a bowl
  2. On a plate, combine the zest and sugar
  3. Dip the rim of a coupe or martini glass into the juice first, shake off the excess liquid, then let it kiss the sugar mixture to coat the rim evenly
  4. Fill the glass with ice.

Mirabeau Rosé Negroni


  • 25ml Mirabeau Dry Rosé Gin
  • 25ml Lillet Rosé
  • 25ml Luxardo Bitter Bianco
  • Long Orange Peel


  • Pour all ingredients into an ice-filled old-fashioned glass and stir.
  • Wipe the orange peel around the rim of the glass.
  • Pinch the peel to express a little oil, then add as garnish.

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