Gin 2017: Treats and tipples
Flavoursome news from the world of gin, by Caitríona Mc Bride
Their London Dry Gin pastilles include Gin & Tonic, a violet-infused gin pastille, coated with a lemon sherbet-infused sugar, and Elderflower Spritz, a gin and elderflower pastille coated with a thyme-infused sugar. The pastilles have a subtle kick at 6 per cent ABV and should be lightly chewed to dissolve in the mouth. A box is £9.99 at smithandsinclair.co.uk.
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