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ConSpiriti handcraft small-batch concentrated mixers, carefully balanced to complement and enhance fine gins.  All natural ingredients. A peerless alternative to mass-produced, pre-mixed tonics.

To use: take equal measures of gin and ConSpiriti mixer in a glass over ice, add a suitable garnish and 2-3 measures of sparkling water. Stir gently, and enjoy.

We make four delicious blends:

  • Classic – to complement (London) dry gins.
  • Citrus – less bitter, to pair with citrus and fruit gins, and sweeter gins.
  • Aromatic – an elegant infusion of exotic herbs and spices to pair with spicy, aromatic, and dry gins.
  • Briar – bursting with berryness, for bramble and berry gins, sweeter gins, and light summer gins (also delicious in a glass of Prosecco!)

All our mixers are available in Light versions, sweetened with natural apple extracts.

1 Review for ConSpiriti Ltd

Gin_nypig 5 Reviews
A great taste and alternative to “normal” mixers.
5.0.0

Conspiriti mixers are a collection of tonic syrups that you can mix with still or sparkling water and can be used as a mixer or as a drink on its own. They recommend taking equal parts gin and the conspiriti concentrated mixer and then top up with sparkling water. I tried four of the standard varieties (classic, citrus, aromatic and briar) but they also have lighter options as well as extra concentrated varieties. Each variety has its own qualities and are reflected in their names. I tried a variety of pairings (see attached pictures) and was really pleased at how they complimented the flavours in the different gins. Andrew, the man behind conspiriti, couldn’t have been more helpful with advice and he is also really keen to hear what people think of his product. He is always looking to add to his already extensive list of gin pairings. My only piece of advice is to use a decent soda water. In the end I found Schweppes soda water worked the best with the mixers as others that I tried seemed to dilute the fizziness a bit. These are definitely worth a try for the discerning gin drinker.

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