FANCY FRUIT CUP

Classic Fancy Fruit Cup

 
The Fancy Fruit Cup is summer in a glass, built for the Australian pursuit of fun in the sun. The fruit cup is a gin-based drink steeped in English history – enjoyed at Wimbledon, The Ashes and barmy garden parties. The classic serve is usually served long, topped with lemonade and ginger ale, and garnished with a bouquet of fresh fruit such as cucumber, strawberry, orange and mint.
 
45ml Fancy Fruit Cup

45ml lemonade

45ml ginger ale

Garnish with a enthusiastically with cucumber slices, sliced strawberries, orange slices and a fresh mint sprig.
 
Add some mint leaves, a cucumber ribbon and halved strawberries to the bottom of a tall glass or wine glass. Add Fancy Fruit Cup and then add quality ice. Top with ginger ale and lemonade and then add an orange slice, halved strawberry and mint sprig on top.
 


Fancy Spritz

 
Less sweet and sticky than it’s favourite Italian cousin, this Spritz is dry and crisp and works beautifully with locally made Prosecco. It’s perfect for the casual Sunday sessions on innercity rooftop bars or by the beach, fish and/or chips in hand. Simplicity in it’s finest.
 
45ml Fancy Fruit Cup

90ml Prosecco

45ml soda water

barspoon of sugar syrup

Garnish with an orange wedge
 
Add barspoon of sugar and Fancy Fruit Cup to the bottom of the glass. Stir to combine (if you prefer it drier you can omit this step). Add Prosecco to the glass and then top with ice and finally soda. Garnish with an orange wedge.
 


Christmas Cup

 
The Christmas Cup is built for the great Australian Christmas lunch. Fancy Fruit Cup and quality lemonade are mixed with torn raspberries and fresh mint and will happily sit alongside cooked prawns, glazed ham or a pillowy pavlova. The perfect Christmas cocktail.
 
45ml Fancy Fruit Cup

90ml lemonade

Garnish effortlessly with torn raspberries and mint leaves.
 
Add some mint leaves, and torn raspberries to the bottom of a tall glass or wine glass. Add Fancy Fruit Cup and then add ice. Top with quality lemonade and then add a whole raspberry and mint sprig as a garnish.


Classic Fancy Fruit Jug

 
There’s nothing quite as pretty as a large jug of fruit cup landing on the lunch table. As with the single serve, the more fruit the better. Just remember to ice and garnish separately so each of your guests get’s a little fruit in the glass. Feel free to experiment as well, I’m sure your friends won’t mind.
 
180ml Fancy Fruit Cup

180ml lemonade

180ml ginger ale

Garnish with a enthusiastically with cucumber slices, sliced strawberries, orange slices and a fresh mint sprig.
 
Add some mint leaves, several cucumber ribbons and halved strawberries to the bottom of a litre jug (for larger serves use this measurement as a guide). Add Fancy Fruit Cup and then add quality ice. Top with equal parts ginger ale and lemonade and then add orange slices, more halved strawberries and mint sprigs on top. Garnish each glass separately and fill each with ice.