Liverpool Organic Gin, 70 cl
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Over the river on ‘the dark side’ you’ll find the Tappers distillery who are fully committed to reviving the art of gin. Their flavours are many and their bottles are stunning (the pink gin is a must have, even if it’s just to ogle the bottle) but their most famous offerings are their Darkside gin and their Wintergreen aromatic. Just try and keep us away from the Hydropathic Pudding Summer Fruits Cup as soon as the sun comes out though!
It brings a juniper note to the Negroni. It pairs classically well in drinks like the Clover Club, coming close to the flavor profile you might get had you used Plymouth. Part two – cover a pan with a thin cloth (a J Cloth is fine) and pour liqueur through it to strain off the granules. Carefully remove the cloth, put on a low heat – don’t let it bubble. Taste and then add a pinch of salt to enhance flavours and keep stirring while on heat until it’s all dissolved. Named for the iconic waterfront, this delicately flavoured gin has been a firm local favourite for years. It’s pink gin but not as you know it – instead of the more obvious berries they’ve chosen roses for their colour and sweetness. It’s as sophisticated as our glorious waterfront.This cookie is used to a profile based on user's interest and display personalized ads to the users. Made with botanicals directly from our sand dunes and surrounding area, this coastal gin is like a refreshing beach walk in a glass. Serve with plenty of ice, a premium tonic water (because why tarnish a premium gin with anything less) and a slice of juicy lemon for the ultimate seaside G&T. We can’t have an Everton gin without a nod to its rival across the park. Another traditional gin but this time with hints of orange, elderflower and liquorice, this is the perfect addition to any red’s alcohol collection. Raise a glass to the recent Premier League champions and then have another to toast the future 7 th CL win?
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Some say the taste is quite bitter (calm down, calm down, we love you blues!) but we love this traditional taste named in honour of a traditional club. Serve with citrus and tonic in a big balloon glass and shout at the telly to your hearts content.
Part one – make the coffee liqueur: add the sugar and water to a pan, heat and stir until all the sugar has dissolved. Add coffee granules, approx. 25g, and vanilla (add around a tablespoon if you like the flavour of vanilla). Pour coffee syrup into a jug to cool to room temperature, then put into a Kilner jar and add the vodka. Mix and leave somewhere cool and dark to infuse overnight. Part three – make the espresso martini: you’ll need vodka, the coffee liqueur and sugar syrup and double strength coffee. Get a jar to use as a shaker, an egg cup and a sieve. Add approx. 40ml vodka (2 egg cups), 20ml of coffee liqueur, 40ml of strong coffee – stir and taste, then add a splash of sugar syrup and ice and shake. Red Door – Apple and Elderflower Cooler
The Gin Journey Liverpool is a Saturday event which begins at 14:00 and finishes at 18:30. Roll on the ginny good times. Food is available on every tour but not provided. You are informed of your meeting point a week before the event.