Ask a doctor for tonight's prescription, #QuinceGin and #Qtonic , a Persian-inspired gin made by blending Persian herbs with Turkish quince juice, with garnished with a grapefruit peel for an extra citrusy-kick. To book an appointment to see a doctor, call us at 2111 9449 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. - Dr. Fern's Office
Photo by: @sylvia_eat_well
This was one of the very first gins I ever tried, and contributed largely to my initial interest in the spirit! I was handed a small glass of it about a year ago and was told that "it was the closest thing to bootlegged gin that you could legally buy". Now I'm not sure that's 100% true, however this Gin certainly has a very handmade feel to it, created on the coast of Cornwall and originally distilled on a paella burner, each batch is tasted and perfected by Tarquin himself.
With quite a nice array of traditional botanicals, this Gin is incredibly smooth and easy to drink. Nicely balanced with some great citrus, and some strong earthy notes coming from the juniper and coriander.
Best served neat over ice, or for a great G&T with a slice of lemon and maybe even a sprig of rosemary!
Last night we had the pleasure of hosting @vectorgin for a bit of tasting. We've been following their work for a while and, in a bizarre turn of events, it transpires that they live approximately 150 metres from us. We really enjoyed their company and they seemed to thoroughly enjoy our gin (7 out of 8, at least - including a failed Spiced recipe, a secret trial recipe and the last of the summer's rhubarb & ginger). Oh, they made us this amazing Vector too 😁 until the next time, guys! #Vector#Gin#GraphicDesign#Illustrator#Craft#Design#WaxSeal#Label#CraftGin#ScottishGin#GinLab#GinAndTonicDay
@time_anchor_distillery new additions:
💗 Mirari Pink Damask Rose Gin. Each batch of 500 bottles uses over 1000 damask roses.
💙 Mirari Blue Gin. Infused with blue pea flowers, which gives the gin a blue colour. When add Tonic it changes to pink.
Gin and Tonic, sharing a cocktail with the pencils 🍸✏️ for #InternationalGinandTonicDay .
The name “gin” derived from Latin for juniper, one of the main ingredients of gin making. It’s interesting to read through the history of gin, especially the period of “Old Tom Gin” in the 18th Century in the UK. There is a growing number of gin distilleries in the UK and some are open to the public for a Gin Distillery Tour. The @Gin_Guild has a good map on it.
Nice end to a great day with our amazing Gin and favourite tonic, Barker and Quin Finest Indian Tonic Water
Special thanks to Lucy & Lee from Hope on Hopkins Distillery who provide us with the amazing class in our glass!
A huge thanks from the Southern Cross team for everything you have done for us and for creating and distilling our amazing Gin.