How to make your own gin at home — Craft Gin Club | The UK's No.1 gin club
It is super easy (and very fun) to make your own gin at home! This beginner's guide explains how you can create homemade gin in 10 simple steps (without the need for distillation) simply by steeping your favourite fruits, plants, herbs or spices in a base spirit (like gin or vodka) until it infuses
Summer Blush, a Gin and Prosecco Cocktail | Supper in the Suburbs
This Summer Blush, a Gin and Prosecco Cocktail, turns a beautiful shade of blush with the addition of sweet floral elderflower and bitter pink grapefruit. Get the recipe below Elderflower, the taste of English summer I am a big, big fan of elderflower. I’d been…
Raspberry Gin Recipe - Make Raspberry Gin | The Usual Saucepans
This is an adaptation on my Lime and Chilli Gin. I used Gordon’s gin as my base; the subtleties of a better gin might well be lost to the fruit. At the other end of the scale, one that tastes of paint stripper to begin with will just taste like raspberry paint stripper at the end. I tend to make mine in a 1 litre jar, so there’s room to shake it. It takes two weeks to make and produces 750ml of raspberry gin.
Layered Patchwork Soup Mix
Layer these ingredients in a wide mouth mason jar for a lovely house-warming gift. The barley, split peas, rice, and lentils make beautiful layers, and the attached recipe card and seasoning packet of dried herbs make a complete and thoughtful present.