No Name Distillery Violet Infused Gin Liqueur, 50 cl
Regular price £17.99
This rather magical looking liqueur comes from No Name Distillery, and if the colour wasn’t a clue, it’s a violet infused gin liqueur! Sweet notes of violet have been infused into a base of London dry gin, distilled and bottled in Manchester. But they absolutely don’t have a name. Not at all. Read more.
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Faith & Sons distillery was founded in Manchester by ex-bartender Filipe Sousa. The brand name comes from Sousa and his family taking a huge leap of faith when they moved from Portugal to England, and Sousa saw himself as the son of faith. However, Sousa knew he wanted to make gin from the moment he arrived in England back in August 2013, so he saved up for a year and began his distilling journey. The products are organic, and aim to show a little touch of Sousa’s Portuguese heritage wherever possible. Faith & Sons’ portfolio has grown hugely since its flagship gin, now with flavoured gins, liqueurs, rums and vodka.
Delicately sweet and heavily fragrant, a well balanced floral liqueur.
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Gin & Tonic Cocktail Recipe
Gin & Tonic. If you can say it, you can make it. Right? Right. But also, not exactly. The two-ingredient cocktail requires your undivided attention. From glassware to garnish to style of gin and spirit proof, everything should be carefully considered when mixing a G&T. A Gin & Tonic made with a potent base—45% ABV and above, if you mean business—and configured with two parts tonic to one part gin is a highball of balance and beauty. Too much gin, and the botanical spirit will overshadow the unique qualities of the tonic. Too much tonic, and it will drown the gin. There is endless room for experimentation within those two ingredients. With hundreds of gins on the market and dozens of tonics, a good G&T is a mix-and-match exercise to find the combination that best suits your tastes. London dry gins are characterized by their juniper-forward flavor profile; modern-style gins often dial down the juniper and ramp up the citrus and florals.