D1 Gin

Another month another Gin this time a family favourite D1 London Gin £35 RRP They Say: We use a very narrow cut of the purest triple-distilled grain spirit and introduce this to a copper pot still. We then conduct a batch distillation with juniper berries and bespoke botanicals including coriander, orange and lemon peel, angelica…

Copperhead Gin

Another month and another gin to review – This mother it is the turn of Copperhead Gin £34 RRP a Belgian Gin with a selection of 5 botanicals. They Say: This Belgian Gin is distilled with juniper, cardamom, orange peel, angelica and coriander. It’s apparently named after Mr. Copperhead, an alchemist who was searching for…

Haswell Gin

Wow the months fly by and its that time again, another delicious bottle of loveliness to review. Today it is the turn for the less known Haswell Gin £31 RRP They Say: Julian Haswell – Developer and owner of “Haswell” London Distilled Dry Gin. In my humble opinion the three most important ingredients to making…

Heath & Heather – Green Tea

So trying to be more healthy, and cut down on caffeine I stumble across some organic teas from Heath & Heather. £2.49 RRP. I know green tea is great for you but on its own I find it a little much, so I was excited to try these blends. I admit I did fall a…

Fortnum and Mason – Countess Grey Tea

Ah one can never have too wide a tea selection, and so another blend joins the collection. What brand you ask? Fortnum and Mason of course, is there any other? Today it ia the turn of the Countess Grey £10.95 They Say: A twist on the traditional bergamot-infused blend, Countess Grey is based on well-twisted…

Fortnum’s Gin

Being a Gin lover and for those who regulary follow my blog you know I also love Fortnums so when they brought out their London Dry Gin I had to be on my list of Gin’s to try. Fortnum’s London Dry Gin, 50cl £28.50 They Say: Fortnum’s exclusive London Dry Gin is a tribute to…

Fortnum and Mason – Fortmason Tea

Who doesn’t love Fortnum and Mason, and we cannot think of the iconic brand without thinking of tea. Something they are world renowned for. I reviewed their Jubilee Tea quite a while ago and after a recent trip to London it seemed only right to pick up another delicious blend to try. Today it is…

Protein Hot Chocolate

I love a nice hot chocolate, in fact I have deal with a friend that I can’t leave his house until he’s made me a hot chocolate. I know its summer but what better way to comfort yourself with a steaming mug in the colder evening with a blanket on the sofa? As we know…

Gentle kale ‘pick me up’ smoothie

Okay okay we know Kale is everywhere and it is the amazing go to veggie, but I have to admit the taste of just kale is not for me, not yet anyway, so I was looking for a way I could get Kale into a smoothie without feeling like I am drinking the contents of…

Simple, cosy, seafront coffee

So we all like somewhere to go and catch up with a coffee, as I live on the coast why not make it coffee with a view? What better place to go than the Coffee Cup at Eastney – ample seafront parking (chargeable at £1.80 an hour between March – September) and a cosy location…