The Classic Gift for the cocktail connoisseur, beautifully presented in a black box.
In this specially-curated Gin and Tonic Cocktail Kit you receive:
1 x Beefeater London Dry Gin (375ml)
Born and bred in the heart of London where it still remains after over 150 years. As the Spirit of London, Beefeater has absorbed the city’s creativity and energy letting it seep into its soul.
The name ‘Beefeater’ refers to the Yeomen Warders who are the ceremonial guards of the Tower of London. Beefeater distillery is one of nine currently still operational in London
This gin is distilled from "100% grain spirit". The manufacturer has been in business since 1862 and is currently located in Kennington, London.
Beefeater Gin contains nine different botanicals: juniper, angelica root, angelica seeds,coriander seeds, liquorice, almonds, orris root, seville oranges, and lemon peel. Unique to Beefeater’s production is the steeping of the peel of lemons and Seville oranges, whole juniper berries and other natural botanicals for a full 24 hours prior to distillation. This long process allows for a full extraction of flavour from the botanicals, capturing a wide range of volatile oils. The distillation itself takes around eight hours to complete, overseen by master distiller Desmond Payne – with the spirit then taken to Scotland where it is blended and bottled at 40% ABV.
1x JD's Handcrafted Tonic Syrup (500ml)
This small batch, all-natural tonic syrup is handcrafted in Melbourne, Australia, using sustainably grown and harvested Cinchona Succirubra bark from Guatemala.
Well balanced with complex citrus and agave notes upfront, followed by a pleasing bitterness and hint of spice on the finish.
You'll love it... JD said so!
1 x Sensational Fruits Lime Crisps (20g)
Lime Crisp wheels dried and chock full of flavour! No Additives. No Preservatives. 100% Natural.
1 x RECIPE CARD
You can follow our recipe or modify it to your taste.
In the early nineteenth century, malaria was a huge cause for concern for British troops serving in colonial India. Tonic water, a carbonated drink with malaria-fighting quinine extract, had to be made drinkable as it was essential in Indian conditions at the time. In a bid to disguise its bitter taste, they added gin to the tonic water, sweetened it with sugar, and served it with a wedge of lime. This soon became a hit with the soldiers and a perfect Gin and Tonic recipe was born.
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