NOLET’s Silver gin cocktails celebrate modern, fruity, fresh flavors

NOLET'S Silver Gin Cocktails, photo provided by NOLET'S Gin
NOLET'S Silver Gin Cocktails, photo provided by NOLET'S Gin /

Does that tonic need a new partner? These NOLET’s Silver gin cocktails are not your father’s spirits. While some gins might have strong piney characteristics, this modern gin is ready to change the conversation. If that bottle of gin has been hidden on the shelf, these fruity, fresh NOLET’s Silver gin cocktails deserve their moment in the sun.

In the past year, many people have explored their cocktail skills. After one too many virtual happy hours, that bottle of rose wasn’t as exciting as it was in the beginning. Instead, the cork was left in the wine bottle and the cocktail shaker was put to work.

Given the opportunity, some people started to explore other liquors. With the rise of modern gins, these options that have more balanced, approachable flavors have seen a surge in popularity. Instead of the vodka that may by subtle in flavor, these modern gins are just as delicious drunk simply or mixed into a cocktail.

With NOLET’S Silver, the gin takes a nuanced approach to its flavors. Since the liquor is related to the Ketel One brand, the similarities to the styles are clear. Floral forward, slightly fruity, this gin begs drinkers to ponder the layers of botanicals and let the flavors linger on the palate.

In some ways, this gin feels as if it has a slightly feminine approach. From the rose florals to the juiciness of the peaches to the sweet yet tart of the raspberries, there is an enticing quality to each pour. In some ways, the bottle invites the drinker to come back time and again to peel back another layer of its intriguing flavor.

Since NOLET’S Gin lends itself to cocktails, the brand has shared a few fruity, fresh libations that showcase the gin’s modern flavors. Which gin cocktail will you try first?

NOLET'S Gin Cocktails
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NOLET’S Silver Raspberry Fiz

Building off the raspberry flavors in the gin, this cocktail is quite refreshing on a hot day. The combination of sweet, tart and floral makes the gin a must for either a leisurely summer afternoon or the lingering Sunday brunch.


  • 1.25 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
  • 0.75 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice
  • 0.5 oz. Simple Syrup
  • Shandy (Beer & Lemonade)
  • 3 Raspberries


  • Muddle raspberries with simple syrup and lemon juice in a mixing glass. Add NOLET’S Silver and ice. Shake well and strain into a Burgundy glass. Add shandy beer. Garnish with a grapefruit wheel and fresh mint.
NOLET'S Gin Cocktails, Peach Martini
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NOLET’S Silver Peach & Orange Martini

A martini is always a tasty choice and this recipe is summertime perfection with the peaches. The classic stonefruit adds a luscious component to the classic cocktail.


  • 2 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
  • 0.5 oz. Ketel One Botanical Peach & Orange Blossom
  • 2 Peach Slices
  • Peach Bitters


  • Add Muddle peach slices in a cocktail shaker with NOLET’S Silver, Ketel One Botanical Peach & Orange Blossom. Add ice, shake and strain into a martini glass. Add two dashes of peach bitters. Garnish with orange twist.
NOLET'S Silver Gin Cocktails, French 75
NOLET’S Silver Gin Cocktails, French 75, photo provided by NOLET’S Gin /

NOLET’S Silver Raspberry French 75

This version of the French 75 celebrates the raspberries. The fresh simple syrup makes this cocktail. Also, choose the sparkling wine carefully. It is best to find a sparkling wine that plays off the other flavors.


  • 1.25 oz. NOLET’S Silver Gin
  • 0.75 oz. Lemon Juice
  • 0.5 oz. Raspberry Simple Syrup
  • 3 Raspberries
  • Champagne or Sparkling Wine


  • Pour NOLET’S Silver, lemon juice and raspberry syrup into a mixing glass with ice. Shake well. Strain into a Champagne flute. Carefully top with Champagne and garnish with a raspberry skewer.

Raspberry Simple Syrup Ingredients:

  • 1 cup Sugar
  • 1 cup Raspberries (fresh or frozen)
  • 1 cup Water


  • Combine all ingredients in a saucepan and heat over medium heat until sugar is dissolved and raspberries break down. Cool and refrigerate before using. Can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week.

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Which NOLET’s Silver gin cocktails will you try? Are you a fan of modern gin?