A result of the innovation that the Nonesuch team pride themselves on. Our Hemp Gin is made in the Dutch or Belgium style.
This process involves the production of a malt spirit from a grain bill using Rye, Corn and Barley that is double distilled in our copper pot still. A second spirit is infused with selected botanicals and redistilled. The meticulous combination of each element results in a gin that can be enjoyed neat, over ice or in your favourite cocktail.
The Gin is nutty, earthy and buttery with a finish that lingers enjoyably on the palate.
This cocktail was advertised in Pittsburg (USA) in 1909 and the ad that appeared then is certainly cringworthy by the standards of today.The advertisement stated that –• One makes a man listen to the suffragette case, • two makes him think the cause has some merit, • three makes him a convert and • four makes him go home to do the dishes.To make this cocktail you will need -• 30ml sloe gin• 30ml dry vermouth• 30ml sweet vermouth• Dash of orange bitters• Lemon Put the sloe gin, dry vermouth, and sweet vermouth in a mixing glass filled with ice and stir until well chilled. Then strain into a cocktail glass and Garnish with a lemon twist.
We naturally enjoy our Gin in an array of amazing cocktails but we also enjoy creating fantastic foods using Gin. This recipe caught our eye and we loved the fudge so much we just had to share it. Have fun and enjoy it. You will need -2 cups of white chocolate chips8 cups confectioner's sugar1 cup Nonesuch Dry Ginzest of 2 limes (optional) To make -Line a 9 x 13 inch baking pan with parchment paper. Place the chocolate chips in a microwave-safe bowl and microwave at medium power for until melted, stirring well at regular intervals.While the chocolate is melting, place the confectioner's sugar in a large bowl. Whisk the gin into the sugar. The mixture will look like...
These are just the thing for the coming summer days. A gin and tonic is one of the most refreshing alcoholic beverages to sip on during warmer months so these "adult only" icy poles just perfect for a barbecue or for a picnic or just when you need to cool down. You will need - 100g caster sugar 80ml Nonesuch Dry Gin 50ml cold water Juice of 1 lime 225ml tonic water Slices of cucumber and/fruit (optional) Icy pole molds and sticksMethod - Put the sugar and cold water in small saucepan and stir over a low/medium heat (don't let it boil) until the sugar has dissolved. Set aside to cool completely. When cool, put the sugar syrup in...
You know how it is. You are having a group of friends over to your place for that mid-morning meal and, while you know that you can be brilliantly creative in the kitchen, what to drink is an issue. It is unlikely that orange juice or coffee alone is going to add a "wow" component that makes the whole experience memorable and you keep seeing that bottle of gin in your peripheral vision. But is it too early for Gin? When is the right time? The right time is now and thankfully there are plenty of ways to enjoy a gin with brunch that really compliment what you are enjoying food-wise.Here is one of our favourites that will help bring...