The tonic waters featured in this months ILoveGin box are from the wonderful Peter Spanton company who produce an array of tonics of which we like to bet that there’s at least one you’ve not tried yet! Whether you use the tonic in your ILoveGin box or simply buy some more to use with these recipes you’ll be sure to love the cocktails that they make.
Move over coffee and walnut cake, it’s all about the espresso and pistachio bake! This month’s Peter Spanton Cardamom Tonic really lends itself to this recipe; balancing beautifully with the flavours in this gin and tonic espresso, cardamom and pistachio cake. A trio of absolutely delightful flavours, and topped with a Slingsby Gin mascarpone too, it’s indulgent and moreish.
Evil Spirit Gin is so viciously green… we feel like it is a must have to celebrate Halloween for all Gin lovers!
250 years of distilling experience should be enough to launch a new exceptional range, right?
We have tried and tested them for you – these Gins won’t disappoint! The Gins we’re bringing to you this month are the product of the eighth generation Master Distiller Johnny Neill – the creator of the delicious Whitley Neill Gin!
What makes this London Dry so special? The answers lies in the “Spirit of Harrogate” that confers it a whole lot of heritage, tradition and history.
Johdi the Gintern has created this epic Gin Afternoon Tea using this month’s Beauty and the Beast box. Think Tiger Gin soaked sultanas and 6 O’clock Damson gin jam! “As soon I spotted the Damson Gin in this month’s box, I knew there would be a jam recipe. With the damson season ending, and access to a damson tree it was an obvious seasonal recipe!”