Make Your Own Homemade Gin Spice & Herb Botanicals
Make Your Own Homemade Gin Spice & Herb Botanicals
Make Your Own Homemade Gin Spice & Herb Botanicals
Make Your Own Homemade Gin Spice & Herb Botanicals

Make Your Own Homemade Gin Spice & Herb Botanicals

£4.00
Old Hamlet

OLDH-FAIR-DRINK-2002


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  • Description
  • Old Hamlet's range of botanicals for cocktails and flavoured spirits provides you with the ingredients and instructions to make homemade gin.  Full instructions provided and Old Hamlet has even weighed out a complex mix of botanicals for you.  

    Simply add to a bottle of vodka in the order suggested, then filter and rebottle.  You will then have your very own honey-coloured gin to enjoy.  Impress yourself and your friends with this great gift.

  • How To Use
  • Open a 750ml bottle of unflavoured vodka and add the Juniper Berries.  Reseal, shake the bottle and leave it in a cool place to infuse for 48 hours. 

    Reopen the bottle, and add the Spice Botanicals.  Reseal, shake the bottle, and leave it in a cool place to infuse for another 48 hours. 

    Add the Herb Botanicals, shake and leave to infuse for 12 hours. 

    Take a large mixing bowl or jug and strain the unfiltered gin into this using a kitchen sieve.  Discard the botanicals.  Now place a muslin square over the sieve and refilter the gin to remove the remaining botanicals.  You should now have a honey-coloured gin.  Pour into a bottle and seal.
  • Ingredients
  • Juniper, coriander, rosehip, cinnamon, thyme, fennel, rosemary, lemon peel, cardamom, orange peel, lavender, bay, pink pepper, mace, black pepper, grains of paradise, vanilla.

  • Cost Per Use
  • 5 Uses £0.80
    10 Uses £0.40
    25 Uses £0.16
    50 Uses £0.08
  • Size Guide

Old Hamlet's range of botanicals for cocktails and flavoured spirits provides you with the ingredients and instructions to make homemade gin.  Full instructions provided and Old Hamlet has even weighed out a complex mix of botanicals for you.  

Simply add to a bottle of vodka in the order suggested, then filter and rebottle.  You will then have your very own honey-coloured gin to enjoy.  Impress yourself and your friends with this great gift.

Open a 750ml bottle of unflavoured vodka and add the Juniper Berries.  Reseal, shake the bottle and leave it in a cool place to infuse for 48 hours. 

Reopen the bottle, and add the Spice Botanicals.  Reseal, shake the bottle, and leave it in a cool place to infuse for another 48 hours. 

Add the Herb Botanicals, shake and leave to infuse for 12 hours. 

Take a large mixing bowl or jug and strain the unfiltered gin into this using a kitchen sieve.  Discard the botanicals.  Now place a muslin square over the sieve and refilter the gin to remove the remaining botanicals.  You should now have a honey-coloured gin.  Pour into a bottle and seal.

Juniper, coriander, rosehip, cinnamon, thyme, fennel, rosemary, lemon peel, cardamom, orange peel, lavender, bay, pink pepper, mace, black pepper, grains of paradise, vanilla.

5 Uses £0.80
10 Uses £0.40
25 Uses £0.16
50 Uses £0.08

Old Hamlet

Old Hamlet Wine & Spice is an artisan producer of mulling spices for alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Old Hamlet hand-blends mulled spice mixes in small batches to its own authentic recipes, which it has developed over the last 40 years. 

Old Hamlet is known and loved for its iconic Fairtrade mulling spices packed in cotton drawstring bags – simple calico, tartan or chic black bags.

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