Ever wonder whether to serve a gin with a chestnut skewer, cucumber tongue or sprig of rosemary? If you have, help is at hand in the form of this awesome gin wheel from The Gin Foundry, which works by matching up a garnish to a gin’s ingredients.
Next year is expected to be bursting with loads of new gin flavours, so it makes perfect sense to celebrate New Year’s Eve with a cheeky extra shot of gin. Here are Metro.co.uk’s favourite champagne and gin cocktails.
You can now enjoy a boozy Full English breakfast without actually even having to make an alcoholic drink – as a butcher has come up with his very own range of alcohol-inspired sausages, which include flavours such as pear cider and gin and tonic.
You can now get millennial pink gin to jazz up your tonic
With a wide range of different botanicals being infused into the alcohol, gins are becoming more and more varied in flavour. Some are now so complex on the nose, to dilute them with an aspartame and saccharine heavy tonic seems almost sacrilege. Here are nine of the best gins to drink straight up over ice.
There’s now a chocolate gin and it’s every gin lover’s dream