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

The humble Kilner jar has myriad uses from cocktail canisters in the hippest of bars and chuntney pots in retro restaurants to table centers full of flowers, cosmetics holders and much much more.

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

Raspberry gin

The humble Kilner jar has myriad uses from cocktail canisters in the hippest of bars and chuntney pots in retro restaurants to table centers full of flowers, cosmetics holders and much much more.

Gin cocktail with lemon & honey 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

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

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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