I really love the botanicals in Silent Pool Gin. Two of their botanicals in particular sounded perfect in a cupcake recipe. So let me introduce you to these Gin, Elderflower, and Pear Cupcakes! You are welcome!
…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?
There seems to be a big trend on adding dried citrus fruit to garnish cocktails and G&Ts. By making these easily in your oven at home, you have ready sliced garnishes that last ages and make a great gift. Also there is an added sweetness to the citrus which is perfect in a gin and tonic!
It’s that time of year where everyone seems to be catching a cold! A hot toddy is also known as hot whisky in Scotland, but this recipe with gin is the perfect pick-me-up! We recommend using Pink Pepper Gin due their their wonderfully warming botanicals such as honey and tonka beans.
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!
A deliciously sticky ginger cake (GINger) had to be done with one of this month’s gins, Opihr! With ginger being one of the spicy botanicals featured in this wonderful gin, it works perfectly in this recipe. Topped with a yummy ginny, orange icing …. it won’t last long in your house!