The term “Mother’s Ruin” is thought to have dated back to England’s 1700s “Gin Craze”, its low cost and addictive nature making the drink popular with poverty-stricken mothers, who subsequently became neglectful of their children and family.
Masons Yorkshire Gin are extremely proud of their northern heritage. “Yorkshire is a huge part of us. It feeds our determination to create exceptional gin. It’s our warmth and our passion. It’s our home”. We think their bottles look amazing, and just know you’ll love their Pear and Pink Peppercorn gin.
With summer drawing near and the flavoured gin market booming, now is the perfect time to find some new fruity and refreshing gins for the summer.
There’s a whole host of different flavoured gins out there – infusing berries, rhubarb and raspberry, apple and more. Here, ILoveGin takes a look at apple flavoured gins, exploring the top products out there, the perfect serve and more.
While traditional gin is a timeless classic, the rise in colourful flavoured gins bursting with fun and alternative tastes is a refreshing trend, perfect for the upcoming summer. Here, ILoveGin takes a look at cherry gin, exploring the different types currently available, the perfect mixers and where you can find it.
The City of London Distillery brought gin distilling back to the City in 2012 after an absence of nearly 200 years. These multi-award winning gins don’t just look beautiful, they taste beautiful too!
According to Drinkaware, a gin and tonic with 25ml of gin (with 37.5% ABV) has 97 calories. However, with such a range of different gins and tonics out there, all containing a variety of ingredients, the calories in a G&T will depend on the type of gin, as well as the type of tonic used.
Today, many have become more concerned about their health, and the food and drink they put into their bodies (and rightfully so!) – looking for the “healthiest” drinks with the fewest calories to help them with this.
However, drinking alcoholic beverages, such as ILoveGin’s favourite, expertly crafted gins, should always be considered as a treat to be indulged in sensibly.
While sadly, there’s no such thing as a healthy gin, or a healthy G&T for that matter, depending on the bottle you go for, it could be substantially lower in calories than other common drinks – including beer and wine.
Here, ILoveGin explores how many calories are in gins, tonics and more.
With summer just around the corner, what better way to enjoy the sun than with a refreshing fruity flavoured gin?
Tarquin’s have created a Rhubarb and Raspberry Gin, bringing to each glass its idyllic Cornish coast heritage, reminiscent of summer holidays and sunny seaside days out.
Pink gin has become a sweet and summery trend many gin fanatics know and love, but could blue become the new pink?
Blueberry gin has emerged as yet another colourful, fruity sweet gin, variations of it expertly crafted by renowned British distillers. But what exactly is blueberry gin? How is it made? And what’s the best way to enjoy it?
Here, ILoveGin explores answers to all these questions and more…
Gin has become an incredibly divergent spirit, gin lovers now able to appreciate the tipple in a range of different variations – including a wide assortment of flavours and infusions.
Berry gins have become a well-loved branch of the spirit, with blackberry, blueberry, rhubarb and raspberry flavours filling our virtual shelves here at ILoveGin. One of the defining ingredients in gin itself is even a berry – the juniper berry.
Here, ILoveGin explores the world of berry gins, including popular types, the mixers that work best with them, and where to find them.
Dr Christopher Smart and his wife Professor Katherine Smart launched the Surrey Copper Distillery in 2018, and created a gin based on a recipe penned by Ambrose Cooper in his Complete Distiller first published in 1757. This gin brings history to life!