If we were to talk about classic cocktails, the gimlet would be up there. This is the Glasgow twist, the Glaswegin Gimlet. As with a lot of things, KISS, keep it simple stupid. A Glaswegin Gilmet is no different. The key is in the amount of ice in the shaker and pre-chilling the glass. For
If there is one drink that will always make me think of uni, it is without question Pimm's. After exams, many a summer nights were spent drinking copious amounts of Pimm's. This is a Pimm's Ginger Gin Cup, a slightly more sophisticated take on the classic lemonade version. You start by chopping all your ingredients,
So once you have bought a new gin and tried it in the purest form, aka a G&T. The next and most obvious step is to create it as part of a cocktail, introducing the Gin Berry juice, with Glaswegin. The recipe was coped from the serving suggestions on Glaswegin's website. It tasted like
Glaswegin, literally what it says on the bottle. Glaswegian gin. Gin made in Glasgow. Glaswegian + gin = Glaswegin. Initially bought for the name alone. My love for gin is no secret. The perfect G&T, is one of lifes simple pleasures. Whether it is in a balloon glass, a tumbler or out of a can.
Tim Hortons Glasgow, a place for all your timbits, and iced coffee dreams to come true! The Canadian brand has finally ventured into UK soil. Luckily for us here in Glasgow, they choose to set up shop at the bottom of Union St. Which is dangerously close to my office and the train station... Tim