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A pink gin collins with elderflower & rosemary


A pink gin collins with elderflower & rosemary

With Valentine's Day around the corner and Dry January well behind us, now feels like the perfect time for us to share with you a beautiful recipe for a rosemary & elderflower collins, to delight your special someone. Read on for that...

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Enjoy! Happy Valentine's day.

a special Valentine's Day recipe

Rosemary & elderflower collins

The ingredients for a beautiful Valentine's cocktail, in a kitchen which features Wild Rose square tiles, from our Halcyon collection.

Ingredients (serves 2)

100 ml pink gin (we get ours from our neighbours at Ramsbury Estate)
50 ml elderflower liqueur
2 tbsp lemon juice
150ml sparkling water
rosemary sprigs
lemon slice


1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and add gin, elderflower liqueur and lemon juice. Shake.

2. Pour evenly into glasses, then top with sparkling water, stir gently, and garnish with a lemon slice and a sprig of fresh rosemary.



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