Last week at The Gin Kin (week beginning 24/7/17)

Thomas Dakin Gin

Our round-up of all the biggest stories this week in the wonderful world of gin.

 

Jess from the Gin Kin reviewed Darnley’s Original Gin

See what she thought here.

 

We celebrated National Tequila Day with a Sloe Tequila cocktail

Sloe Tequila

Some may screw up their face at the idea of gin and tequila in the same cup but trust me, this cocktail is a knockout!

 

Waitrose announced that three new local gins will soon be available to buy in store

Now we have even easier access to glorious craft gins – hurrah! Find out which ones here.

 

The Boozy Cow showed us how to make this incredible White Lady cocktail with Rock Rose Gin

Click here for the full recipe, complete with a video demonstration from their master bartender.

 

We were lucky enough to get our hands on a bottle of Thomas Dakin Gin

Thomas Dakin Gin

They flavour their gin with a very unique ingredient: red cole… Read our review here.

 

Everyone is going crazy for our Darnley’s Gin & Lemon Drizzle Cake!

Satisfy your cravings with this unbelievably moreish recipe.

More from The Gin Kin


REVIEW: Hepple Gin

Location, location, location Situated in Northumberland National Park, the Moorland Spirit Co takes full advantage of ingredients on its own doorstep, from crystal clear spring water to ancient juniper and Douglas Fir. The team is part of the Juniper Project, to rejuvenate production in the UK. Rain, rain, rain. Happy happy juniper at Hepple. pic.twitter.com/ur1luQJtYx […]

REVIEW: Gunshot Gin, from The Gin Bothy

Location, location, location The Gin Bothy still is tucked away in the Angus Glens within Peel farm, at Lintrathen, near Kirriemuir, an ideal base for sourcing the ingredients which flavour its inspired infusions. A recent move to new premises at nearby Garlowbank Smiddy, a former blacksmiths and forgemasters, will allow production to triple   The […]

REVIEW: Opihr Gin

I first tried Opihr Gin (pronounced “o-peer”) in a craft beer and gin bar in Edinburgh called the Hanging Bat, as one of five gins included in their famous pick-your-own gin flights. Of the 5 I sampled that day, Opihr stood leaps and bounds above the rest, and has since become a firm favourite, not […]

Cancel

Thank you. You have been successfully subscribed to our newsletter.

Close