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Borrago #47 Paloma Blend£19.95 More info & buy With no calories, no alcohol and no sugar you would be forgiven for expecting a bland non-descript drink. But thankfully you'd be very wrong indeed. Somehow, magic we suspect, Borrago delivers layers of spice, citrus and smoky peppery notes. You can enjoy this interesting drink without guilt and wake up the next day feeling fresh and without a fuzzy head. One small piece of advice, pour sparingly - 20cl for a glass is adequate such is the intensity of flavour. Bravo to the team at Borrago!
Waddesdon’s No.1 Botanical Gin
£39.95More info & buy Waddesdon Estate possesses a multitude of botanicals, fruits, and vegetables that inspire the culinary mind - considering this, coupled the fact a Gin revolution is in full swing, we though why not create our own unique distilled gin? From May to August we collected elderflower, cucumber and thyme from several parcels across the estate. This unique blend of botanicals were preserved, and then extracted by Foxdenton estate ready for distillation and bottling in early October. This wonderful gin offers a freshness and depth, with the individual characters derived from each botanical clearly evident on the palate. We advise you serve a double measure poured directly over fresh ice cubes, then top up with good quality tonic, preferably elderflower. Serve with a squeeze of lime or slice of cucumber.
Housekeeper’s Rhubarb Gin£28.95 More info & buy This delicious Rhubarb Gin starts fairly sweet with a voluptuous palate then in cuts a warming wave of alcohol which tapers the sweetness, leading to a rich intense finish. This versatile Gin can be served neat and cold. Although we feel it is best served with ginger beer; pour a double measure over ice, top up with ginger beer and add a squeeze of lime for the ultimate summer drink. Alternatively you can top up a single measure with prosecco.
Housekeeper’s Damson Gin£28.95 More info & buy Intense and slightly tart, the flavour starts sweetly and finishes like old fashioned cherry drop sweets. Just as you begin to think this gin is simply sweet a wonderful freshness cuts in and cleans the palate ready for another sip. Only 300 bottles of this Damson Gin are produced annually. This fantastic tipple is as wonderful as it is versatile; serve neat for the ultimate winter warmer, top up with Champagne to make a 'Damn Shame' or alternatively serve neat and cold with summer pudding.