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  • 5 Quick gin serving tips

    1. ICE, ICE, ICE, ICE BABY.

    When making a G&T more ice is better if you don’t want a watered down drink - the more ice you put in the more surface area of ice in contact with your drink and the quicker it cools the drink……
    But, make sure your cubes aren’t too small as a poor ratio of volume to surface area will make for a quicker melt! Continue reading The Gin Box Shop

  • Sloe Sussex 75

    A recommended serve by The Nodding Donkey Distillery for their delightfully tart Limited Edition Sloe Gin.

    The Nodding Donkey love their gin with a bit of fizz. And there's no need for concern, their Sloe Gin really shows its colours and isn't masked by the mix at all.

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  • X-Gin Chocolate Espresso Martini

    As the winter nights draw in, you'll be after something wholesome, indulgent and perhaps even spiced to keep your cockles warm.

    This gluttonous treat should do just the trick..

    Enter X-Gin, with all the qualities you expect from a fine dark cocoa. Bitter on the finish, nutty and few surprises lurking in it's depths.

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  • Gin & Tonic cake

    Here at the Gin Box we’ve been hearing a lot about gin and tonic cake and we’ve tried a couple of examples that were pretty good so we decided to give it a go ourselves. Now there is a minor issue in that we don’t really bake.

    We can certainly cook a mean roast dinner and BBQ like a trooper but baking has never really featured highly on the skill set. Cue our good friends at Social Pantry in London. They’ve got lots of experience with gin and tonic and more importantly lots and lots of experience with excellent cake.

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  • Gardeners Respite

    We created our own recipe centric around the marvellously fresh Principe de los apostles.

    Its' Mojito-esque flavour suits the eucalyptus in the Principe perfectly. And the light addition of caraway helps bring this out even more.

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  • The Rock Rose Pepperman

    Distillers Dunnet Bay, came up with a delicious summer treat based off the lesser known Pepperman cocktail.

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  • Rhubarb Gimlet

    There are multiple variants of this recipe around. We started with Warner Edwards' own and offer up the addition of pink peppercorns and coriander seeds to add a little spice if you like.

    Personally, I find Warner Edwards Rhubarb sweet enough, though they recommend adding a little lime cordial to the recipe to sit in the mix.

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  • The Cuss I Am

    Foxhole gin held a cocktail competition. The winner, Elaine Larkin of Bar Valentino, Brighton created this excellent recipe dubbed "The Cuss I Am".

    Its' strong and floral so get ready to put your taste buds to the test!

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  • St. Giles Martini

    This classic cocktail is pure sophistication. The ideal early evening aperitif.

    Its light and just the right combination of soft & bitter.

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  • Gin Sour (with Aperol)

    You can use any London Dry for this recipe. Jenson's is an excellent choice, or better still our Two Birds Cocktail Gin is designed for purpose, and it comes in a 200ml bottle at just £13!

    Egg whites not only bring together flavors; they also give a cocktail a silky texture. The Aperol in the recipe doubles as light sweetener, so forget the syrup and go pro. Aromatic bitters are used as garnish to finish and add aroma.

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