The White Stallion

"The White Stallion" is a cocktail that speaks to the adventurer's soul, a bold and elegant concoction that marries the robust flavors of Drunken Horse Gin with an array of complementary ingredients. This drink is a canvas where the gin's citrusy zest and the spicy allure of Timut pepper dance with floral and fruity notes, creating a cocktail experience that's both invigorating and sophisticated. Perfect for those who enjoy a cocktail that's as visually appealing as it is delicious, The White Stallion is a testament to the art of mixology.

How to Prepare The White Stallion:


  • 5cl Drunken Horse Gin
  • 1.5cl Saint Germain
  • 1cl Cointreau
  • 8cl Red Grapefruit Juice
  • 1 Egg White
  • Timut Pepper


  1. Combine Ingredients: In a cocktail shaker, combine 5cl Drunken Horse Gin, 1.5cl Saint Germain, 1cl Cointreau, and 8cl red grapefruit juice. These ingredients blend the gin's vibrant citrus and pepper notes with the sweet, floral essence of Saint Germain and the orangey tang of Cointreau.
  2. Add Egg White: Add 1 egg white to the shaker. This will give the cocktail a silky texture and a beautiful frothy top when shaken.
  3. Dry Shake: Shake the mixture vigorously without ice first. This process, known as a dry shake, helps to emulsify the egg white, creating a smooth and foamy texture.
  4. Ice Shake: Add a handful of ice cubes to the shaker and shake again. This second shake chills the drink and adds a slight dilution, perfect for balancing the flavors.
  5. Strain and Serve: Double-strain the mixture into a chilled cocktail glass to remove any ice shards or egg residue.
  6. Garnish with Timut Pepper: Lightly crush a pinch of Timut pepper and sprinkle it over the top of the foam. The pepper adds a unique grapefruit-like aroma and a gentle spicy note, enhancing the drink's complexity.
  7. Enjoy: Sip and savor The White Stallion, a cocktail that is both a visual and gustatory delight, offering a unique blend of flavors that's sure to impress.

Replacement Ingredients:

  • Saint Germain: A floral liqueur like elderflower cordial can be a good substitute.
  • Cointreau: Use any high-quality orange liqueur, like Grand Marnier or Triple Sec.
  • Red Grapefruit Juice: Freshly squeezed orange juice or pomegranate juice can offer a different but complementary flavor.

"The White Stallion" is a cocktail that's as unique as it is flavorful, perfect for those special moments when you want to impress with your mixology skills. Enjoy the journey of taste and texture it offers!

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