Tante Inge

The Tange Inge Cocktail is a beautiful fresh combination of Ginger, Lemon, and Peach Flavour. It's a little bit fizzy, and you will enjoy it while sitting outside under an umbrella in the warm heat of the summer.

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This is a true signature drink by Celine Wohltmann
a white wine glass filled with yellow liquid and some lemon on top as a garnish

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  • 40ml Mr. Ingwer (ginger liqueur)
  • 20ml Monkey 47 Gin (gin)
  • 30ml Lemon Juice Fresh (citrus juice)
  • 3dash The Bitter Truth Aromatic Bitter (aromatic bitters)
  • 60ml Schweppes White Peach (peach lemonade)
White Wine Glass
shake / strain / top up

1x lemon zest

mixing instructions

  1. Add all the ingredients (except the carbonated filler !) into the shaker.
  2. Add ice cubes.
  3. Shake for about 10 seconds.
  4. Strain the mixed liquid into the chilled serving glass filled with ice cubes.
  5. Add your garnish.

  1. Prepare your Mise en Place.
  2. Prepare your bottle setup.
  3. Chill the serving glass with either crushed ice or ice cubes. Or place it in a fridge or freezer.
  4. Prepare your garnish.
  5. Add all the ingredients (except the carbonated filler !) into the shaker.
  6. Add ice cubes into the shaker
  7. Shake for about 10 seconds.
  8. Take the chilled glass out of the fridge/freezer. If you used ice to chill the serving glass, remove everything from the glass.
  9. Strain into the serving glass.
  10. Pour the carbonated filler into the serving glass. You can also measure it before with the jigger.
  11. Add around 5 to 6 ice cubes into the serving glass.
  12. Add your garnish.
  13. Clean up your working station.

how to garnish

This drink does not require a garnish!

mixing tips


  • A chilled glass keeps your drink longer and more enjoyable. Your used ice will melt slower, and the taste will stay longer.


  • Be careful and confident if you want to zest a citrus fruit with a zest peeler!

flavour and texture


editor recipe notes

The Tante Inge cocktail template gave me by one of my colleagues. I told her to look out for some lovely recipes with ginger liqueur. The reason was our friend, who was living nearby. He has been producing his very own ginger liqueur, made in Hamburg, Germany, for some years. So we tried to mix it, and it worked well with the latest filler from Schweppes, the Schweppes White Peach. But something was missing, and of course, it had to be some dash of aromatic bitters. Very well it worked out, and it tastes fantastic =)

about Celine Wohltmann

Celine Wohltmann began her early career at HYGGE Landhaus Flottbek, where her passion for food and beverages flourished. She embarked on a steep learning curve, immersing herself in the world of drinks. Celine's style is centered around crafting refreshing summer and dessert-inspired beverages. She thrives on creating a well-organized bar environment and is determined to build a bright future in the industry.

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150 ml = 1 serving

Author, Celine Wohltmann
Updated on 29. June 2023

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