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IT’S HERE! 🎉 Put your hands together for our December gin of the month.. @surreycopperdistillery Copperfield Gin: A Christmas Carol Edition 🕯️
This exclusive gin was inspired by the classic Dickensian tale, and is rich with wintery herbs and spices for the perfect festive tipple!
Juniper, Orris Root, Angelica, Liquorice, Coriander, Lemon Peel, Cloves, Star Anise, Cinnamon, Sage, Rosemary, Wormwood, Bitter Orange Peel
You should probably order two bottles, just so you can do this. Who is hoping for a bottle of Glaswegin under their Christmas tree this year?🎄🎁 Order yours now via the link in our bio.
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The ‘Rhodiola Rosea’ or Rock Rose is famed for its rarity and health benefits, and was once sought after by the Vikings for its strength and vitality. It seems it’s fame hasn’t gone unnoticed, as it’s a key botanical in Dunnet Bay Distillery’s equally famous gin, Rock Rose. Created by Husband and Wife team Martin and Clare Murray, the distillery is located up in Caithness, Scotland. Honouring its location, the gin features 5 local botanicals. There are 18 botanicals in total, including Italian and Bulgarian Juniper (you can never have enough juniper!), rhodiola rosea, sea buckthorn, rowan berries, blueberries, verbena, cardamom, coriander, liquorice and cinnamon. The botanical mix was exciting to us from the offset, unique botanicals paired with more traditional botanicals and some secret ingredients to boot. The gin is infused using the vapour infusion method, meaning they are placed in a steam basket in the neck of the still.
To us this is a bright, intriguing, complex gin that combines fruity, floral, and zesty notes with a long smooth finish. It’s a real journey of gin discovery in itself as it has so many twists and turns during the drinking experience, exactly what you want from your gin. This can be enjoyed neat, but it also thrives as a gin and tonic, and the addition of orange and toasted rosemary as garnish really adds to the whole experience.
PS. Love Scottish Gin? Then make sure you join us for ‘The Gin To My Tonic Show’ when it returns to Glasgow on 13th-15th March 2020. Its the biggest celebration of gin in Scotland and a great way to discover (and re-discover) some truly amazing brands!
Le temps des fêtes arrive à grands pas et nous vous avons concocté un cocktail des plus festifs 🎉
Levenswater Spring 34
Jus de citron pressé 🍋
Laissez-vous tenter par ce cocktail simple et pétillant. Idéal en apéritif, vos invités seront charmés!
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🚨 TEASER ALERT 🚨 Short trailer for today’s Ginvent Chronicles Episode 🎬📽
Day 10 - Opihr Oriental Spiced London Dry Gin
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Not long until “the most wonderful time of the year”. Enjoy one of the most fabulous Christmas drinks of this year.
Chestnut Martini Recipe:
50ml Ramsbury Gin
5ml Chestnut Syrup
20ml Amontillado sherry
10ml Cacao blanc
Chestnut in glass
Add all ingredients to a mixing glass and stir with ice. Strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with a chestnut.