…while drinking a G&T! Weather you are a wizard in the kitchen or you burn toast every morning without fail, you need to try making these G&T cakes. Fentimans Drinks has opened a pop up bakery in London some time ago and by popular demand has shared the recipes of the bakes on sale. There is one for every taste – follow the very easy step-by-step instructions and we are sure that they’ll all be a huge success at the dinner table!
I have a soft spot for a good cheesecake and this one exceeded my expectations! The Rose Lemonade Drizzle cake was so good too… Which one will you make?
Slingsby Gin was named after William Slingsby, who in 1571 discovered unique properties in the water of Harrogate’s Tewit Well. Slingsby was created with the desire to restore the ‘Spirit of Harrogate’! Originally released as a Limited Edition, Slingsby Yorkshire Rhubarb Gin is now a permanent part of their range….and you need to try it!
The creators of Silent Pool Gin aimed to capture the essence of England’s beautiful, rural landscape. With a distillery on the bank of the spring-fed Silent Pool, along with 24 unique botanicals…they have definitely succeeded! Not to mention the bottle design is extremely eye-catching! 😍
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!
Opihr – pronounced ‘o-peer’ is a legendary region famed for its wealth and riches which prospered during the reign of King Solomon. The heritage of Opihr Oriental Spiced Gin is firmly rooted in the ancient Spice Route. You definitely need to try this wonderfully unique gin!
Gin is not just a drink, it’s a culture. In an era where binge culture, and having everything now-now-now, negates from the notion of sitting back, in good company, in the perfect setting and enjoying a fine drink. Now we are not going on a hipster millennial rant before you decide to navigate away, don’t worry, we are not becoming that annoying “craft beer *wearing lumberjack shirt*) guy. No, we are simply tipping our hat to all your gin lovers out there, those who enjoy an elaborate gin concoction, all the way to the purists who accept nothing else but a simple pour over ice and maybe with tonic. This article is to celebrate you and the wonderful gin culture which brings people together, whatever the season, a reason to be happy, a reason to raise a glass and cheers to good health. From here in London all the way to our friends in Tokyo and beyond, every country has a signature pour and everyone who loves gin has an idea about how it should be served.