Clover Club – LC Edition with Collective Arts

For World Gin Day, I thought I would highlight some of the unique and amazing Gin brands Canada has to offer. We have so many different styles, infusions made available, but when it comes to a classic London Dry style, Collective Arts is my go-to.

If you’ve been following Liquid Culture for some time, you know my love and appreciation for Collective Arts. I was first exposed to them when I was working in the restaurant industry and at that time, they were only selling beer and it was an easy sell. Their stuff was and STILL is fantastic. I love that they are constantly supporting artists from Canada and around the world, and they help build awareness of other amazing breweries at their annual beerfest! They are such a great team to work with, and I’m honoured to feature them today.

Most of the cocktails I made for World Gin Day were riffs on classics, highlighting some of the GREAT gin cocktails out there. With Collective Arts, I decided to do a cocktail that I’ve never posted on my website, and that’s a Clover Club. Here’s the thing about the Clover Club though…there’s about 1000 million editions. Okay, I may have exaggerated, but you get the idea. The premise of most of the versions out there is that it includes Gin, Raspberries, typically egg whites and sugar. So a Raspberry Gin sour in essence.

I tweeked it to my preference, and I was REALLY happy with the result. Plus it’s the easiest cocktail to whip up. Note: If you don’t have Cocchi Americano, that’s okay (well it’s not, but I won’t fault you if it’s not in your local liquor store), I would substitute it with a Dry Vermouth or Lillet Blanc could do the trick. Just add a dash of Angostura Bitters for depth which that should be available at most grocery stores. Thirsty yet? I know I am, so let’s get to that recipe.

Curious what other World Gin Day Canadian Cocktail recipes were created? Head over to the link here!

Clover Club LC Edition

See how I shake up the classic Clover Club Martini in this delicious Gin Raspberry Sour made with Collective Arts

– Difficulty: Intermediate

Servings 1 cocktail
Author Monica C


  • 5 Raspberries
  • 1.25 oz Collective Arts Artisanal Gin
  • 0.75 oz Cocchi Americano
  • 1 oz Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
  • ½ oz Rich Simple Syrup 2:1 ratio
  • 1 Egg White


  1. In a shaker, add all the ingredients and give this a vigorous DRY SHAKE (without ice).
  2. Add ice to the shaker and shake once more until cold to the touch.
  3. Strain into coupe glass.

Monica Carbonell

Hi, I’m Monica and I’m your Fairy Barmother. At Liquid Culture, creativity is encouraged and education is used to empower followers to be the best they can be. We want to provide you with the tools to confidently bartend within your own home and to have some fun while doing it too! Inside this website you will find recipes, videos, articles and more that will teach you everything you need to know about being your best Home Bartender!


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