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Autumn Splendour-Seasonal Serves🍂

Hello Autumn-thank you for being the reminder that change can be beautiful!

As we wave goodbye to the summer and welcome in the Autumn, we get a little bit of cosiness back into our lives..crisp air, coloured leaves, cosy jumpers and most importantly..seasonal serves. And we have plenty of those to share with you, from fabulous fall cocktails to a classic autumnal G&T, we’ve got you sorted!

Pear seems to always make it’s way back into autumnal tipples, so we have the pear-fect recipe for you! Pear Sour: 50ml of your favourite brandy or even pear brandy if you want to add a little extra flavour, 50ml fresh pear juice or nectar, 25ml lemon juice, 15ml sugar syrup, 1 egg white or a few drops of foaming bitters. Shake vigorously over ice in a cocktail shaker and strain into a martini/coupe glass, garnish with a slice of pear. This could make the perfect welcome drink for your autumn wedding, or just over dinner with friends!

Gin in a tin have created a marvellous pear blend gin-Packham pear, cinnamon and orange peel. Juniper lies at the forefront with pear in the body the spice combination continues through leaving you with an ongoing warmth from the orange, ginger and cinnamon. Serve this with your favourite Indian tonic and a slice of orange.

For those with a bit of a sweet tooth, this one’s for you! Caramel Apple Mule: 50ml of your favourite vodka, (we like to use smirn off for this one) 15ml caramel syrup, 25ml apple cider-a cloudy cider works best here and top with ginger beer! Combine vodka, caramel syrup and cider over ice in a cocktail shaker, shake and strain over ice in a handled glass mug and top with ginger beer for taste!

For those of you who like something a bit different, I urge you to try four pillars bloody shiraz gin. The process of making this gin was alcoholic alchemy, each year they take local shiraz fruit, infuse with the gin for eight weeks before pressing creating the most beautiful deep purple. On the nose hits you with pine needles, citrus, spice and raspberry notes. Whilst on the palette comes a sweet yet subtly spicy with rich juniper foundations. This gin has no added sugars, the natural sweetness shines through so causes no need for any added extra! Serve with a sharp lemon tonic and a slice of grapefruit.

Be sure to send us your pictures if you recreate any of these! @the_gin_inn on instagram.

As the nights are drawing in, what better way to spend your evening than a cocktail class..invite the girls (or guys) round and enjoy a night of top tipples taught to you by one of our amazing mixologists-arriving fully equipped with all the goods, they will teach you how to make some of your favourite cocktails, and by the end of the night you'll be a pro, such an impressive trick to have up your sleeve!

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