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Me And My Gin (Take 1)

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  1. Sep 12,  · Take Me To Gin School. Drink, Food & Drink. My dad took me to his local pub the other week. It was one of those low ceilinged, beamed pubs with red velvet bar stools and optics precariously holding up the limited range of spirits. ‘This is my daughter”, he announced proudly to the disinterested locals huddled around the bar.
  2. Sterilise 1 litre jar with boiling water and add 70cl vodka. Add your botanicals – 4og juniper berries, 10g coriander seeds, 1/2 cinnamon stick, 1/2 liquorice root, 2 cardamom pods. Infuse for 24 hours in .
  3. Jan 06,  · How to Make Gin. Gin is a delicious spirit enjoyed by many all around the world! Making gin is a really fun activity to do with some friends, and it also allows you to get as creative as you like with the ingredients. Notes of cinnamon.
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  5. Compound Gin: This is the process that would be used if you were to make your own gin at home; if you see a bottle of gin made this way on a store shelf, it’s probably best to leave it there. Opt for compound gin if you’re crafting it yourself! To make compound gin, you start with a base spirit – vodka is commonly used – add the.
  6. Launched in March of after almost three years of planning, You & Yours Distilling Co. is a full production distillery, tasting room and event space, complete with a world-class cocktail program highlighting our current spirits offerings. Salvaged wood, whitewashed brick, exposed concrete, push velvet, denim linen, copper and marble accents.
  7. Simply add gin, lemon juice, rhubarb syrup and egg white (if using) in a cocktail shaker filled three-quarters with ice. Secure lid and vigorously shake until everything is thoroughly chilled. Find more 19th- and 20th-century vintage drinks for your home bar. Step 3: Strain, top and serve.
  8. 1. The Parisian. Take a herbal gin and pour a tablespoon of elderflower liqueur in. Add equal parts tonic water and champagne, garnish with a slapped sage leaf or two and a lemon wedge. 2. Too cool. Use a gin with fresh cucumber notes and pair with an elderflower flavoured tonic then garnish with long ribbons of cucumber and a sprig of mint. 3.
  9. To maximize the shelf life of gin for quality purposes, store in a cool dry area away from direct heat or sunlight; keep tightly closed when not in use. Once a bottle of gin is opened, the contents may begin to evaporate slowly and some flavor may be lost over time, but the gin will remain safe to consume if it has been stored properly.

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