We love Tarquin’s and after recently trying their Blackberry Gin, we love them even more! If you are not a massive fan of tonic water either, this gin works beautifully with Sicilian Lemonade and a sprig of mint!
Fruity gins are so popular and this one is definitely one to try! Plum is part of the rose family alongside cherries, apples and pears. It’s no wonder that J.J Whitley Plum Gin can be enjoyed in a number of delicious ways…
Blood orange season is here! These oranges are beautifully coloured, sweet, and well worth enjoying during their short season! We know the perfect gin to celebrate! English distiller J.J Whitley have a delicious Blood Orange edition that you just need to try!
Because we have been drinking a lot of Gin lately, mass-production and the consequent standardisation of flavours has become the norm to satisfy our thirst for this juniper based spirit. Tarquin brought back the beauty of craftsmanship and we are VERY grateful for it! This gin is produced in tiny batches on the coast of north Cornwall and every batch has a slightly different flavour. Unbottling Tarquin’s gin is pretty much like opening a Kinder egg, you never know what surprise you are going to get but it never disappoints 😉
Gin dare we say Gin brings the world today. Okay perhaps Gin did win any world wars, nor has it been used in any acts of diplomacy- to the best of our knowledge but neither the less, gin is universally loved. We have become a little enthralled with how Gin drinking differs around the world. Let us set the scene, it was a Saturday afternoon, and we were enjoying a drink with friends, some friends from the states, some from Europe and beyond and it got us to thinking, is Gin culture as varied as the drink itself? So we embarked on a journey of discovery, doing what we do best at ILoveGin.com- We talked gin with the best gin bars around the world!