We couldn't mention Scotland without mentioning Irn-Bru. The country's "other national drink" lends it's infamous vivid hue to these cocktails that are perfect for celebrating Burn's Night.
Haven't heard of Burn's Night? It's the day Scot's gather to celebrate Rabbie Burns, the revered poet most famous for writing Auld Lang Syne.
Irn-Bru was first produced in 1901, and has since become Scotland's iconic drink, second only to whiskey. The Irn-Bru company are currently planning on rebooting the drink with a reduced sugar count, so panicked Scots everywhere are stockpiling this best selling drink lest it pales in imitation.
Whilst you can still get your hands on the original purist recipe, try out these gin cocktails - just the ticket to wash down your haggis, neeps and tatties!
Fill a glass with ice and add 50ml of gin.
Add 100ml of Irn-Bru and garnish with an orange wheel
Orange to garnish
Shake the gin, Cointreau and Chambord with ice.
Add to a glass, and top with Irn-Bru.
Finish with a squeeze of lime.
A squeeze of lime
Add the gin and campari to a cocktail shaker and shake with ice.
Pour into an old fashion glass and top up with Irn-Bru