I was inspired to make this recipe not only because I love cheese, but because of the wonderful Pink Pepper Gin! Distilled in France, with spicy notes of pink pepper and warming honey, I couldn’t get this gin baked camembert in the oven quick enough!
‘If 3/4 of your gin and tonic is tonic, make sure you use the best’.
Fever-Tree is one of the top tonic brands leading the way to produce high quality mixers for outstanding spirits. And that is exactly why ILoveGin loves Fever-Tree. They now have a whole new line of low calorie mixers called the ‘Refreshingly Light’ range…
Intensely aromatic, bold with spicy notes of pink peppercorns, Pink Pepper Gin has a beautiful balance of juniper with the warmth of honey, tonka and vanilla. Each batch of Pink Pepper Gin is dedicated to family members and good friends of the Audemus story. This gin is a true labour of love!
Aber Falls Distillery, the first of its kind in North Wales for more than 100 years, has added to its exceptional range of premium small-batch spirits with its latest launch of a Welsh Dry Gin. Made using local botanicals and Welsh water from the mountains around Aber Falls, you can’t get much fresher than that!
A Gin Tour Of The UK- The UK’s Finest & Secret Gin-erys
We are a nation of classy and innovative Gin drinkers and the UK is dotted with some global quality bars that specialise in that thing we hold so dear. . . Gin! After a tipple or 2, we thought to ourselves, I wonder how many secret Gin-erys there are around the UK, I mean some bars wish to remain secret but just like a terrible tabloid journalist in an ol’ timey news office, “We are busting this story wide open” and bringing some of the UK’s best kept secrets to you fine people. No doubt you have a favourite spot to visit in your local area but we thought, why not make our way around the UK.
Ahoy there gin fans! Portobello Road have added a fabulous new addition to their ginventory – a whopping 57.1% Navy Strength gin!
The Navy Strength is a new and punchier expression of Portobello Road’s original 171 gin, staying true to its flavour profile and core botanicals. At the end of the distillation process, a taste of the sea is injected when a small amount of English sea salt is incorporated into the gin – a very nice nod to the history of this gin variation.
But where does the term ‘Navy Strength’ come from? Well thanks to a lesson by Ginstitute owner and Portobello Road mastermind Jake Burger … I can tell you!