Who wants to talk gin this weekend? I’ve distracted myself from almost weeping at the comments on Mother Pukka’s latest post about inflexible working 😭, to being much more positive about lovely gin.
I’m so pleased to have Norfolk Gin on board as a sponsor for the “Edit your Life” event with Anna Newton and Erica Davies. Love a gin😜. And I love small businesses too, especially when you can just see the passion, craft and dedication poured into them. So here’s a little shout out for them. I approached Jonathan last year when planning the Hurrah for Gin event, as you know, it was about gin. He totally got it, and gave me an original canvas piece of Norfolk Gin art which lucky Sophie at The Night Feed won.
At the event on the 31st Jan, every guest will receive a Norfolk Gin cocktail on arrival, amazing! (There are still tickets available as we’ve already moved into the larger room as Benjis sold out overnight!)
We should be really proud that Norfolk has such a strong gin making crew. Norfolk Gin is artisan, created by Jonathan and Alison Redding in their kitchen. Every batch is still made by hand in the gin studio, and the beautiful bottles are designed to be treasured, re-used or re-filled. Aren’t they beautiful!
Just in time for Christmas, they’ve launched gorgeous little 10cl mini decanters. Currently exclusive to Jarrold (until the 17th December) at £18.50 these make a great stocking filler or Secret Santa gift for any gin-thusiast. Find the bottles in the Jarrold Food hall.
After 17th December, the mini decanters will also be available at selected independent retailers in Norfolk, including Goodies Food Hall (Diss), Beers of Europe (King’s Lynn), Arthur Howell (Wells-next-the-Sea) the Norfolk Deli (Hunstanton).
Happy Friday people! If you feel you might like to get a bit more organised in the new year, check out the next event, tickets are here😇, thank you, thank you.