Gin Tour:- @ForestGin in Macclesfield Forest

This weeks Gin Review is more than just a review of a Gin. Its not even a review of a few Gins, its a Gin Review AND a Gin Tour. Forest Gin is a family based, small batch Gin producer. It was begun by the Bond Family after Lindsay Bond developed Coeliac, so was no…

Gin Review – Aber Falls @aberdistillery

My current reviews of great tasting gins from around the UK continues, with this one taking me to Wales. I recently took a trip to North Wales for a weekend and whilst sitting on the beach at Morfa Nefyn in the sunshine I enjoyed a beautiful gin produced not far away – this was Aber…

Product Review – Prestige Hampers

Yes I know its only September, and yes I know that its only just the end of summer..  but look around you, and you will already see the sights of Christmas popping up. Shops are starting to move around their displays as the approach of October begins the ’12 weeks to Christmas’ count down. If…

Review – Boadicea Gin

Boadicea Gin is the latest drink to be produced by the husband and wife team of Founding Drinks – also responsible for the stunning Wild Knight Vodka and Nelsons Gold which I have written about here. Founding drinks are a Norfolk based company and were set up after Matt and Steph Brown travelled to Mongolia…

Product Review:- Klean Kanteen

Over the last year, I like so many of us, have begun to be so much more aware of single use plastics and how bad they can be for our planet. As such I have tried to choose the things I buy more carefully, such as loose fruit and veg rather then packaged. Recently I…

Product Review @LoveSquig Square Sausage

This week I was sent a new product to try and review by Squig. Squig is a portmanteau or Square Pig, so as this suggests, Squig produces Square Sausages. Now whilst I have tried a fair few of these whilst working in Scotland, Squig is the first Square Sausage that I’ve seen available to buy…

Tried and Tested – Edible Cocktails

Once again, those at tried and tested have gone and delivered yet another new and interesting product for me to try and review. An edible cocktail by Smith and Sinclair, which is basically basically a giant Haribo sweet for adults. It ran through my mind as to the purpose of these little delights, I cant help…