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!