Drink and be merry – Manila Standard


You deserve nothing but the best, so raise your glasses to cheer you up. Matching wine and food has been a favorite past time, and skill set that any true modern foodie should have up their sleeve. Now, Gin has made its way back onto the scene and has opened our eyes to a whole new world of food pairing potential. 

For starters, the classic Gin & Tonic is such a perfect pre-dinner drink that it can stand on its own or with just a bag of chips or nuts.

For those who love sweet and spicy, a Marinated Cold Beef Salad and a hot, spicy and tangy Pani Pouri with Potato Chat Masala, Fresh Tamarind and Mint Chutney were paired with a sweet and smooth Mango Paradise Cocktail. 

Pair your food with different cocktails you can make using Ginebra San Miguel Premium Gin 

For those who prefer smokey, salty, or creamy food, a Cold Smoked Salmon Savory Cone with Caper Cream and Fresh Dill and an Iberico Ham Carving on Spanish Tomato Bread and Stilton Cheese in Cucumber Tartlets were paired with a citrusy Calamansi Surprise Cocktail.

Craving for lobster? A Warm Lobster & Prawn Sesame Toast with Sweet Chili Sauce is best paired with a Sweet Lemony Martini. 

You can’t end a meal without dessert. Conclude the scrumptious meal with the Juniper Berry & Gin Sorbet with Assorted Fresh Berries that also goes with a Sweet Lemony Martini.

For more on GSM Premium Gin and its handcrafted cocktail mixes, visit www.facebook.com/GSMPremiumGin or www.gsmpremiumspirits.com.ph. 

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