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Paloma With A Twist: How to make this Delicious Gin Based Cocktail.

Twisting Paloma Our Paloma with a twist is based on a Mexican Paloma which is a wonderfully refreshing, chilled, classic cocktail. Our Paloma with a twist is a particularly delicious combination of flavours, the twist is that we use gin (surprise!) instead of tequila. Apart from its great taste the reason we really love this cocktail is that it’s really easy

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Finally our new still is in operation

Well what a journey but it’s been worth the wait! After two years of deliberation and a further year wait for the build, we finally have our new still commissioned!  Our two trusty alembic stills have now been retired and our shiny new still takes over. We investigated all available options before finally taking the

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English 75 Gin Cocktail

A Celebratory Gin Cocktail with English Sparkling Wine A perfect bubbly gin cocktail based on the French 75 but with English sparkling wine instead of Champagne.  We have some of the best sparkling wine in the world here in the UK so why not use English fizz instead and celebrate all things British to make

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World First Kimchi Gin from Twisting Spirits

It’s brave, savoury and delicious It’s Brave, Savoury and Delicious. It’s also a world first! Mary’s homemade Kimchi meets our London Dry Gin. Aromatic, smooth, savoury and tangy, this is the authentic taste of Korea, bottled. The Kimchi used is hand made to an ancient recipe by our very own Mary. It’s then matured for

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Gordon’s Cup Cocktail with Kaffir Lime & Lemongrass Gin

I had to make this cocktail as my Grandpa was called Gordon and he loved a G&T. He was old school of course, always in a suit and tie and would not approve of anything other than a traditional Gin and Tonic, made with huge amounts of Gordons gin and a dash of tonic! This

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Twisting Spirits Bees Knees Cocktail

Looking for a gin cocktail that works perfectly with our Earl Grey Gin? Then this prohibition-era cocktail that uses honey and fresh lemon juice is perfect! The name comes from prohibition-era slang meaning “the best.” Serve in a martini glass with a twist of orange (you can probably do a better job with the twist

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Paloma With A Twist: How to make this Delicious Gin Based Cocktail.

Twisting Paloma Our Paloma with a twist is based on a Mexican Paloma which is a wonderfully refreshing, chilled, classic cocktail. Our Paloma with a twist is a particularly delicious combination of flavours, the twist is that we use gin (surprise!) instead of tequila. Apart from its great taste the reason we really love this cocktail is that it’s really easy

Finally our new still is in operation

Well what a journey but it’s been worth the wait! After two years of deliberation and a further year wait for the build, we finally have our new still commissioned!  Our two trusty alembic stills have now been retired and our shiny new still takes over. We investigated all available options before finally taking the

English 75 Gin Cocktail

A Celebratory Gin Cocktail with English Sparkling Wine A perfect bubbly gin cocktail based on the French 75 but with English sparkling wine instead of Champagne.  We have some of the best sparkling wine in the world here in the UK so why not use English fizz instead and celebrate all things British to make

World First Kimchi Gin from Twisting Spirits

It’s brave, savoury and delicious It’s Brave, Savoury and Delicious. It’s also a world first! Mary’s homemade Kimchi meets our London Dry Gin. Aromatic, smooth, savoury and tangy, this is the authentic taste of Korea, bottled. The Kimchi used is hand made to an ancient recipe by our very own Mary. It’s then matured for

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