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Complex cocktails are great, but sometimes you just want a good quality drink without spending an arm and a leg or an hour making them. Easily elevate your at-home drinking experience with our How-To Guides. Simple drinks, done well – we’ll drink to that.

Simple Drinks Done Well

Simple Drinks Done Well

Highballs are our speciality and they’re one of the simplest drinks you can make. Follow our 3 G’s rule to craft easy, impressively good highballs every time.

Good Ice

Generally, the bigger the better when it comes to ice cubes – make sure you fill your glass to the top to slow down dilution.

Good Glassware

In our opinion, the experience is half the fun of a cocktail. We recommend choosing a glass that feels elegant and compliments your drink.

Good Garnish

Your garnish impacts smell, taste and visual enjoyment. Choose one which has a taste profile aligned to your drink and pay attention to your presentation.

Make A Highball

Our mixers have been designed to take all the hard work out of mixing – just choose your spirit, fill the glass with ice, top off with your mixer and finish with a garnish.

Make A Gin & Tonic

There are endless possibilities when it comes to gin & tonic. Let us walk you through which styles of gin pair best with each of our tonics and our formula for the perfect Gin & Tonic.

How To Make A Jug

We always think CAPI tastes better with friends. Level up your get togethers with cocktail jugs that taste as good as they look.

Pro-tip: Turn any highball or spritz recipe into a jug by multiplying the ingredients by 4.

How To In-Bottle Cocktail

Simplify your entertaining game with in-bottle cocktails. You can adapt any highball or gin & tonic recipe to be in-bottle. And the best part? No glassware means no washing up.


So you know how to make your drink, but what’s the best mixer to choose for your new craft gin? Our recipe library covers all the classic spirits, plus some lesser known gems and a diverse range of non-alcoholic options for when you’re not feeling the booze. Time to get mixing.