Christmas Cheer

Christmas is a time when it is mildly acceptable to drink to your heart’s content and not be frowned upon. What better way to get your Christmas Cheer on, than to indulge in some festive Gin. Edinburgh Gin come in many flavours; Rhubarb & Ginger, Raspberry, Pomegranate & Rose, Elderflower, Christmas Gin which boasts flavours of Cinnamon & Nutmeg. For a Christmas cocktail see: Christmas Negroni Cocktail Recipe


For those who enjoy a flavoured Gin, Edinburgh Gin is for you. The sweet taste is perfect for any Gin starters or those with a sweet tooth. Plum & Vanilla Gin Liqueur made by Edinburgh Gin and is unique in flavour, which I cannot recommend enough to you.

EG Plum

Plum & Vanilla is a luxurious, velvety liqueur balancing juicy plum fruit flavours with delicate Madagascan vanilla.”

Smell: Medicine like

Taste: Sweet plum and vanilla notes

Look: Classy when served in a champagne flute with prosecco

Botanicals: Plum, Vanilla, Orange Peel, Mulberries, Pine Buds, Lavender & Lemongrass.

Rating: 5/5

This liqueur blends rich, luscious fruit with aromatic sweet and warm spice notes.

Made with the finest Scottish plums to compliment the fine Madagascan vanilla flavour. This is then infused with the classic Edinburgh Gin to produce a uniquely flavoured liqueur.

20% ABV Plum & Vanilla Liqueur is delicious served over ice, topped up with Prosecco or mixed with tonic water.

Plum & Vanilla cocktails:

Plum Royale

Plum Sour

Plum Tart

Be careful not to drink the whole bottle in one sitting, however it is Christmas!

Merry Gin-mas!

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UK- based writer who is happiest when combining her two loves: Travel & Gin.


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