We don’t know about you but gin o’clock is one of our favourite times of the day. Looking for a fresh new way to spruce up your drink? Check out our fave flavoured gin recipes that you can make at home today!
- Marmalade Gin – Paddington’s favourite gin by MILES, it’s best to leave this to infuse for several weeks to really get the best flavour from it! If you’re more of a vodka fan, then this works well with that too. Find the recipe here.
2. Blackberry and Apple Gin- Autumn in a glass, rich and full of flavour, this gin excites the eyes as well as the taste buds. It uses two very popular fruits and is simple to make, find the recipe here and give it a go.
3. Grapefruit and Ginger Gin – The sharp and zesty recipe for this gin can be found here. A refreshing summer drink when mixed with sparkling water or tonic, garnish with a large slice of grapefruit to finish off this drink.
4. Raspberry Gin- Another refreshing summer drink but this time on the sweeter side. Find the recipe here, it’s the perfect summer tipple when mixed with lemonade and topped with frozen raspberries.
5. Cucumber and Rose Gin- An unusual gin but not one to be missed. An elegant drink to sip with tonic water and pretend you’re sitting in an English garden at an afternoon tea party, when really you’re dancing round the kitchen with your mates at 3am. Get the recipe here.
6. Toffee Gin- Think toffee apples and sticky toffee pudding but alcoholic. Get the recipe here for one of the more interesting gins on our list. We can’t see this mixing well with lemonade but it can be made into a cocktail or drunk on its own over ice. The recipe is pretty simple to follow and you could easily swap out toffee for any other hard sweet.
7. Strawberry Gin- Capture the true taste of summer with this berry-infused spirit that makes a stunning gin and tonic or base for a fruity cocktail. Find the recipe here.
8. Cinnamon Bun Gin- A warming gin with the flavours of everyone’s favourite breakfast treat (or all-day treat if you’re anything like us). Try mixing it with apple juice or sparkling apple juice if you’re feeling fancy. It’s also wonderful to drink neat, find the recipe here.
9. Cherry Gin- Mix with tonic or lemonade for a sweetly refreshing alternative to the classic G&T. The beauty of this recipe is that you can infuse your gin for however long suits you and it will still taste amazing.
10. Pineapple and Coconut Gin- A totally tropical gin and it’s perfect to use up your fresh pineapple peel and core. A substitute for summer sunshine in a glass, find the recipe here.
11. Spiced Blackberry Gin – Blackberries are a British classic and this spiced gin is a real treat. Think Bramble cocktails but without all the faff. Find the recipe here
12. Elderflower Gin- Another perfect summer drink. Served with a slice of lemon, this light, floral drink works well mixed with lemonade or a tonic of your choosing. Find the recipe here (and then head out to find some elderflowers).
13. Gingerbread Gin- Now this might feel a little out of season but it’s not a gin to miss out on. The recipe for the fiery, sweet gin can be found here and it’s perfect with Cava or Prosecco to make a Gingerbread Fizz cocktail.
14. Apple and Pear Gin- The gentle flavours of this gin make it perfect to use in gin cocktails. The elegant layers of apple and pear instantly upgrade any gin drink without overpowering. Find the recipe here.
15. Sloe Gin- This list wouldn’t be complete without sloe-infused gin. You can harvest sloes in around October (or buy them in the shop anytime), add your gin, and forget about it for a few months. Typically drank in the wintertime, this fruity tipple is perfect when mixed with lemonade and drank the whole year-round. Find the recipe here.
16. Spiced Gin- The intensity of this gin is up to you. Depending on how long you leave it, the more this gin will infuse so make sure to keep tasting as you go about your gin making. Find the recipe here.
17. Cola Cube Gin- This sweet gin couldn’t be any easier to make. You need two ingredients for a unique and tasty gin. Get the recipe here.
18. Chilli and Lime Gin- One for those with the more adventurous pallet. Find the recipe for this exciting gin here. The citrus and the little bit of heat makes this a really tasty, flavoursome gin.
19. Blood Orange Gin- An colourful twist on orange gin. Exciting for the eye and the tastebuds, this gin is super summery and fancier than a normal orange gin. Find the recipe here.
20. Pomegranate and Rosemary Gin- Tangy, earthy and sweet. This gin is a summertime must! Mix with lemonade or tonic for a light floral drink. Get the recipe here.