The Wood on the Hill

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I do enjoy a GT once in a while (every other day) – and when I make em I always do that little extra, that in my world, gives this timeless classic an extra dimensionšŸ”®
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It can be a wee touch of bitters, a dash of syrup, or simply how it’s garnished/infusedāš—ļø
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Today was no exception to that little rulešŸ“œ
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In my #tuesdaygt I am using the very fine Small Batch London Dry Gin from my home country, Denmark, @woodhillgin .
This both exotic and exclusive gin, also carries that tradiotional touch and craftmanship that I often miss in many mainstream gins currently on the marketšŸ‘ŒšŸ½
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The entrepeneur of this gin, Jeppe, has really done his outmost to create a gin that resembles all of that – and in my book, succeeded really well – I feel in safe hands pouring this clear liquid in my favorite glassesšŸ„ƒ
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By adding not just a classic tonic, but also a aromatic syrup, you really whisk up some notes and aromas, both from the gin but also the tonic – garnished properly you can really enhance the flavors allready presentšŸ¾
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Today the choice fell on this hand-crafted basil and green pepper syrup, which turned out to be magnificent in this treatšŸ¤¤
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THE WOOD ON THE HILL
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5.0 CL Woodhill Gin
A few drops of Basil & Green pepper syrup (@herbert_dk )
Give it a gentle stiršŸŽ
8-10 CL Inginius Classic Tonic (@tailoredtonic )
Serve over plenty iceā„ļø
Garnish with dehydrated apple wheels (@thedryfruitcompany ) and pink peppercornsšŸŒ¶
EnjoyšŸ¾
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