BerryWorld Infused Gins anyone? Mix up your usual G&T by infusing the gin with berries. Not only will it have a pretty colour, but it will taste delicious too.
How To Create BerryWorld Infused Gins:
Serves: makes 700ml
Preparation time: 30 minutes plus 4 weeks to steep
Cooking time: 5 minutes
What You Need:
- 250g berries of your choice
- 500ml gin
- 160g sugar
- 60ml water
- 750ml preserving jar Muslin
What To Do:
- Wash the fruit and put into a sterilised preserving jar, pour over the gin, seal the lid and put in a dark cool cupboard to steep for at least 4 weeks. In the first week invert the bottle every other day and once a week for the rest of the time.
- Once the berries have steeped and you’re ready to bottle, put the sugar and water into a small saucepan over a medium heat until the sugar has dissolved. Strain the now flavoured gin into a jug through some muslin. Add the sugar syrup and stir. Pour the finished gin into a sterilised bottle and label.
- Note: The gins sweetness will vary depending on your choice of berries. It’s a good idea to add half of the sugar syrup and try, add more to suit the berries and your taste.
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Recipe courtesy of BerryWorld.
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