A Recipe For Gin and Tonic Ice Lollies

Ever fancied making gin and tonic ice lollies? This recipe is so simple and a winner with all the grown ups in our family. I’ve made quite a few kid’s ice lollies before this — including mini milk and even caramel ice lollies— but it was the first time I’d made any for the grown …

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A Simple Rhubarb Gin Recipe

Looking for a simple rhubarb gin recipe? It’s that time of year again, when gardens and allotments in the UK are starting to bloom and you maybe lucky enough to already have a few rosy red stalks of rhubarb, ripe for the picking. Rhubarb works beautifully in desserts and is always paired with custard, but …

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A Recipe for Homemade Ginger and Rhubarb Gin

a glass of homemade ginger and rhubarb gin

Disclosure: This post for Homemade Ginger and Rhubarb Gin contains affiliate links of products that I’ve bought myself. Purchasing via an affiliate link doesn’t cost you any extra but I may receive a few pence if you click on a link and buy something. Fancy making a delicious homemade ginger and rhubarb gin? Then read …

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How to make the perfect Mojito | Dreaming of cocktails & summer

Want to know how to make the perfect Mojito? Read on! I was dreaming of cocktails and summer yesterday; winter has us well and truly in its grips. It snowed here yesterday morning! Funnily enough, it snowed in November in the very first year we moved into this village too. Proper snow. Big fat flakes …

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How to make a turbo gin and tonic

Ever wondered how to make a turbo gin and tonic? If anyone had told me that a coffee gin and tonic was a thing, I wouldn’t have believed them but it really is! I thought I’d share the recipe for you here. I’ve spoken often about my love of gin. I’ve created a little gin …

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The Jubarb {a gin and rhubarb cocktail}

What could be better, in the heat of midsummer than a gin and rhubarb cocktail? Recently we made some homemade cordial with the rhubarb that we grow in our veggie patch. It’s a lovely alternative to pies and crumbles and a fabulous way of using the endless supply of rosy tinged stalks, that we seem to …

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