Rhubarb Gin Recipe: Try Making It At Home Easily

 Rhubarb Gin Recipe: Try Making It At Home Easily

The homemade Rhubarb gin recipe is super easy to make and is a real pleasure to enjoy. A single sip of this cocktail is a complex hit of sweet and sour from rhubarb that is floating on a base of herb with some whisper of the lemon, juniper, and geranium. Let us have a look at the best Rhubarb gin recipe, for your refreshing afternoons.

Various Flavours Of Gin

So rhubarb in summer and spring, blackberries and apples in Autumn, strawberries in summer you get the idea about gin. Over the years, people have made damson gin, sloe gin, blueberry gin, raspberry gin, and so many other things. There are various strawberry and rhubarb gin recipes, now it is time for the Rhubarb gin. 

There are people who make various types of vodkas as well at home like Polish favorite, Krupnik, which is a Christmas flavored vodka.

Rhubarb Gin Recipe At Home

Today’s infusion is the Rhubarb gin which is also known as the pink gin and something that can be easily available on your supermarket’s shelves. So now you may wonder why make your own? Because homemade gins have a special flavor in them. A freshness and calmness. You can also use ginger and for that Rhubarb ginger gin recipe remains the same, only add gingers along with rhubarb. 

You will find many recipes online on how to prepare it, among which the Sipsmith Rhubarb gin recipe and Jamie Oliver rhubarb gin recipe are the most famous. Or any other fruit gin for that matter. For making Rhubarb gin there is no hard or fast ratio. The fruit can be more or less as per your taste. 

Ingredients

  • Trimmed rhubarb 500g, cut into small chunks
  • Sugar 200g
  • Gin 700ml
  • Sugar syrup a dash (optional)

The time required to prepare this drink is 5 minutes and the infusion time and there is no specified quantity of this gin. The quantities of ingredients that have been mentioned above prepare a mason jar of gin which you can keep and drink whenever you want to.

Process

  1. Keep the rhubarb chunks, gin, and sugar in a glass jar that has a lid. Seal the jar and give it a good shake. Once done, store it in a cool, dark place for about four weeks.
  2. Taste the gin regularly and, when you are happy with the taste, add some sugar syrup for a sweeter result, and if you are okay with that sweetness then you will not have to strain out the rhubarb and save the boozy fruit for swirling or compote into ice cream. This gin is delicious neat with ice or used in sours, G&Ts, and negronis.

Rhubarb Gin Recipe In A Gist

Wanting to know the frozen Rhubarb gin recipe?

In this article, we have discussed a Rhubarb gin recipe, that is super easy to make at home and can be stored for a long time. Here is a gist of that recipe for your quick understanding.

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Rhubarb Gin

Rhubarb gin is just small chunks of rhubarb mixed with gin and left for infusion for about 4 weeks to get the best Rhubarb gin.

Preparation Time

5 Minutes

Infusion Time 

4 Weeks

Drink Type

Gin

Course

Cocktail

Servings

1 Mason Jar

INGREDIENTS

  • Trimmed rhubarb 500g, cut into small chunks

  • Sugar 200g

  • Gin 700ml

  • Sugar syrup a dash (optional)

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Keep the rhubarb chunks, gin, and sugar in a glass jar that has a lid. Seal the jar and give it a good shake. Then keep it for 4 weeks.

  • After 4 weeks taste it and add sugar if required. Enjoy this neat and ice only.

Conclusion

Gins are easily available in the supermarket, but there is a different pleasure in making them at home. You can make gin out of various fruits and vegetables as per the season. In this article, we have discussed the Rhubarb gin recipe which is super easy to make at home and enjoy its mesmerizing taste. It may take some time for infusion, but when you taste it you will know its worth. 

Donna Hussain

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