1st June 2018
Jawbox Gin Cocktails – and a GIVEAWAY!
Step into Summer With A Jawbox Gin Cocktail
Do you know it’s World Gin Day on 9th June 2018 (do we really need an excuse?) Well I don’t for sure. So the lovely people at Jawbox Gin have offered one lucky Easypeasylemonsqueezy reader the opportunity to win a lovely bottle!
Sunshine and Gin Cocktails are a match made in heaven, so why not make your own Jawbox Gin cocktails at home.
Jawbox is a classic style juniper-led gin that starts on the palate with citrus and juniper developing into pepper and subtle rootiness. It is triple-distilled very slowly in traditional copper pot stills and in small batches using a unique combination of botanicals including local Belfast Black Mountain Heather.
Distilled near Belfast, at the Jawbox Distillery located on a 300-acre 16th-century estate where the grain for the spirit is grown and harvested, Jawbox Gin is perfect for the adventurous, confident and curious gin drinker.
Belfast has famously created many things, from mighty ships to delicate linens. However, there is another, perhaps less well-known gift the city has given the world: zesty, refreshing ginger ale, which goes perfectly with Jawbox Gin.The gin is named in honour of the deep, boxy Belfast sink which became a focal point in many a kitchen – where most conversations took place. And so it got its own nickname: THE JAWBOX.
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Kelci is now my “go to recruiter.”
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