Sloe Gin Fizz

Sloe gin has very English origins. The Sloe berry grows in hedgerows all over the country. They are a bit like small blueberries to look at, but they are so tart that they can't really be eaten as they are. So the English, predictably I suppose, do two things with them. Make them into jam, … Continue reading Sloe Gin Fizz

Bramble

My better half has bought me a bottle of gin for Easter. I am in love with chocolate, so it's a measure of where I am that gin is now a better option. This drink is a product of the 80's, which seems strange as when I imagine drinks of that era I'm thinking of … Continue reading Bramble