World Gin Day!

Like we needed a day! But there is one, today is World Gin Day friends!

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And I do believe it’s in my best community service sprit to share with you some of my favourite gin recipes (of which I have a few on the old blog). What do you know?!

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Here’s a selection of gin posts I found that you might like to have a look at:

3 Good gins that I like
How I like a Hendricks & Tonic
Gin & Tonic with Rhubarb syrup
How I like a Gin Mare cocktail
Some cooking with gin (salmon)

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One of my favourite blogs THE GIN QUEEN will have all the info you could possibly need. I hope you can all celebrate with a good old G&T at some stage today. We have our annual village ball on and have all my family staying down for the night so it’s likely to involve one I am sure!

Happy Gin day! Cheers!

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Comments

  1. Gin is my absolute favourite drink and eases my post travel depression when returning from a holiday as we go through duty free. I have a cold, besides the onion I think gin could be very medicinal. Enjoy your weekend.

  2. I have discivered Rogue Society Goldi Locks gin. Its out of this world and well worth this $$.

  3. I’m a gin girl too Beth, and so can heartily recommend a Melbourne crew called Four Pillars. With a slice of orange ( I know, controversial!) this is a slightly zesty and super crisp gin and tonic. Totally delish. They also do a navy strength gin…but I haven’t been game to try it 🙂

  4. I don’t drink gin, but my brother in law does and I bought the Sydney bespoke gin that you recommended at Christmas time for him…and he loves it. Thanks for the heads up xo

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