I’ve literally fallen in love with Gordon’s Pink! Seriously surprised by its sweet berry notes and pink hue, I knew this gin would make a meringue masterpiece. Queue one pretty, pink pavlova! If you’re looking for a show-stopper recipe for over the festive season, this Gordon’s Pink Pavlova is it.
Launching exclusively in ILoveGin this month, the new Schweppes premium range is acclaim to Jacob Schweppe – the founder of one of the most iconic mixer brands in the drinks industry. With over two centuries serving Great Britain, this year marks the 225-year anniversary of Jacob Schweppe bringing his bottled bubbles to the city of London for the first time. The Schweppes 1783 range includes variety of premium mixers, perfect for pairing with gin.
It’s the most recognisable gin brand there is but here’s an unusual and modern take on a classic recipe that’s well worth a taste. Gordon’s Pink Gin is inspired by the original Gordon’s recipe which dates to the 1800s, but this contemporary twist is full of sweet berry notes, making it the sassy drink to choose this season.
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.