A blackberry gin recipe to serve over ice, pour a drop into sparkling wine or give as a gift.

Make this blackberry gin recipe ahead of Christmas with just three ingredients and it will be ready to enjoy over ice or as a dop in a glass of fizz over the festive period. It will keep for a month so label accordingly.

Delicious raspberry gin recipe - will add to my summer To Do list along with a berry picking expedition!

Raspberry gin

Mix up your gin drinking habits instead of just mixing G&Ts! Check out these gin-tastic ideas to infuse prime ingredients to make refreshing summer afternoon sipping drinks.

Delicious raspberry gin recipe - will add to my summer To Do list along with a berry picking expedition!

Raspberry gin

Mix up your gin drinking habits instead of just mixing G&Ts! Check out these gin-tastic ideas to infuse prime ingredients to make refreshing summer afternoon sipping drinks.

Gin cocktail with lemon & honey cordial

Gin cocktail with honey and lemon cordial

A delicious gin cocktail flavoured with homemade honey and lemon cordial inspired by Inverroche distillery Stillbay.

INGREDIENTS 225g/8oz blackberries 225g/8oz apples 1 bay leaf 200g/7oz caster sugar 750ml/1 ¼ pints gin INSTRUCTIONS 1. Chop the apples but don’t bother to peel or core them. 2. Put the chopped apples, blackberries, bay leaf and sugar in a large wide mouthed jar. 3. Pour over the gin and seal the jar. Shake well and put aside in dark cupboard and shake every few days for 4 weeks. 4. Strain through muslin or kitchen roll and decant into pretty bottle.

A super easy recipe for making your own blackberry and apple gin, perfect foodie gift for friends and family. Only takes 4 weeks to mature!

Saturday Sips! The Bee's Knees with Orange and Lavender-Infused Gin

Saturday Sips! The Bee’s Knees

Welcome to *drum roll* my most alcoholic post yet! Gin gin gin. I love it, in all of its delicious guises. On ice. With tonic. Straight from the freezer. In an Aviation, a gimlet, a dirty martini. …

Welcome to *drum roll* my most alcoholic post yet! I love it, in all of its delicious guises. On ice. With tonic. Straight from the freezer. In an Aviation, a gimlet, a dirty martini.


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