The Royal Wedding's getting even the most hard-hearted souls across the pond excited for the celebration, and to honor of the festivities, we're publishing King's Ginger and No. 3 Gin cocktail recipes concocted by local bartenders that would be fit to serve at a royal event. Berry Bros. & Rudd, the makers of The King's Ginger and No.3, have been supplying the British Royal Family with spirits since 1760 during the reign of King George III.

This week, you'll be downing delicious cocktails thanks to Chris Ventura, the bar manager over at Serpentine in the Dogpatch. If you stop by the restaurant, grab dinner and these Royal Wedding drinks: Monice's Shrine and The Prince & the Pisco, which are each $10. Or try them out at home.

Monice's Shrine

  • 1.5 oz No. 3 gin
  • .75 oz elderflower liqueur
  • 1 oz ruby grapefruit juice
  • .5 oz lemon juice
  • Add a float of sparkling wine
  • Shake & serve up


The Prince & the Pisco

  • 1.5 oz Campo de Encanto pisco
  • 1 oz King's Ginger
  • .25 oz Velvet Falernum
  • 3 dashes of Peychaud's bitters
  • .75 oz lemon
  • Shaken & serve up with a lemon twist 

*Sponsored by the King's Ginger