NYMPHS

Orange + star anise nymph

Introducing our new no-sugar serves. These simple, refreshing drinks are ideal when you want something light, clean and straight-forward, combining the smoothness of Black Cow with the fresh zest of citrus fruit, the added complexity of spice and the sparkle of soda water. Black Cow is so smooth it can support the most delicate of flavours, this makes these simple no-sugar drinks taste bright and vivid without the need for any sweeteners. Invented by our creative director Helen Archard.

Orange + star anise nymph
25ml Black Cow
Soda water
A dash of Angostura bitters
A twist of orange
Star anise, steeped in a little Black Cow

Pour Black Cow over ice in a rocks glass and top up with soda water. Twist the orange zest over the drink then run around the rim. Add as a garnish with a couple of star anise and a dash of Angostura.


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Lime + ginger nymph
25ml Black Cow
Soda water
A twist of lime
Slice of ginger

Muddle the ginger in the bottom of a rocks glass. Fill the glass with ice. Add Black Cow and top up with soda water. Twist the zest over the drink to release the oils, then run the lime around the rim and add as a garnish.


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Lemon + cardamom nymph
25ml Black Cow
Soda water
A twist of lemon
3-4 cardamom pods, steeped in a little Black Cow

Muddle the cardamom pods in the bottom of a rocks glass with a little of the steeping vodka. Fill the glass with ice. Add the Black Cow and top up with soda water. Twist the zest over the drink to release the oils then run the zest around the rim before adding to the glass as a garnish. 


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Grapefruit + black peppercorn nymph
25ml Black Cow
Soda water
A twist of grapefruit
3-4 black peppercorns, steeped in a little Black Cow

Muddle the peppercorns in the bottom of a rocks glass with a little of the steeping vodka. Fill the glass with ice. Add Black Cow and top up with soda water. Twist the zest over the drink to release the oils then run the lemon around the rim before adding the glass as a garnish.  

Jemma Moran