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A celebration of the great British countryside,this cocktail recipe book is the perfect gift for gin aficionados and aspiring mixologists alike

● Recipes include easy three-ingredient-drinks, apertifs, teas, martinis and more.

●Matched with mouth-watering dishes.

● Beautiful photography and design throughout.

● If you’re into cocktails,then this book is a must!


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Yerburgh’s Jam Jar Gin was originally a dare between founders Faye and Dan, who then spent two years experimenting with botanicals in an ancient garden to create a flavor they loved. Representing the UK’s first crowd-funded gin, it perfectly captures that leafy freshness so unique to a British garden. Jam Jar Gin is now a multi-award winning London dry gin, stocked in Harvey Nichols and Fortnum & Mason, among other fabulous places. Yerburgh’s Jam Jar Gin was originally a dare between founders Faye and Dan, who then spent two years experimenting with botanicals in an ancient garden to create a flavor they loved. Representing the UK’s first crowd-funded gin, it perfectly captures that leafy freshness so unique to a British garden. Jam Jar Gin is now a multi-award winning London dry gin, stocked in Harvey Nichols and Fortnum & Mason, among other fabulous places.

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