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Mulled gin This makes a super-festive gift and a warming treat during winter months. It’s best made at least two weeks before drinking to allow the flavours to develop fully. Makes four bottles at just under 200ml each...

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from Craft Invaders

Raspberry and Mint Gin

Raspberry and Mint Gin - Yummy! - This is my most requested home made make and its super simple!

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INGREDIENTS 225g/8oz blackberries 225g/8oz apples 1 bay leaf 200g/7oz caster sugar 750ml/1 ¼ pints gin INSTRUCTIONS 1. Chop the apples but don’t bother to peel or core them. 2. Put the chopped apples, blackberries, bay leaf and sugar in a large wide mouthed jar. 3. Pour over the gin and seal the jar. Shake well and put aside in dark cupboard and shake every few days for 4 weeks. 4. Strain through muslin or kitchen roll and decant into pretty bottle.

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from Firebox.com

Unicorn Tears Gin Liqueur

Distinctive flavours of gin mixed with the sweetness of a liqueur, this magical brew is also sprinkled with shimmering - 100% edible - pieces of silver. Nose: Fragrant juniper rises from the glass alongside Curaçao orange and crisp lemon. Bruised mint leaves and fresh lemongrass brings herby freshness to the nose. Palate: Big bundles of candied orange peel

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