Drinks to try this Mother’s Day

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Here’s our pick of drinks to try this Mother’s Day.


Choya Extra Years Mojito

50ml Choya Extra Years | 5ml Veritas White Rum | 25ml lime juice | 8 mint leaves

Muddle the mint, lime juice and rum, add Choya Extra Years and ice and give a gentle stir, top-up with soda water


Choya Ume Salute Sparkling Wine

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As a champagne alternative – Simply chill and pour into a glass.


1800 Anejo Tequila

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Price: £47.50

Retailer: House of Spirits

Bottle of Brandy

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Burnt Faith Charantais Distilled British Brandy – Batch 001 40%

Price: £36 Stockists: The Whisky Exchange

For the Gin lovers

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Hensol Castle Distillery is the only craft distillery in the UK that can be found in the cellars of a grade-I listed castle (Hensol Castle). The distillery has their own range of award-winning gins.

Hensol Castle Black Gin

Price: £30

Hensol Castle Wild Strawberry & Hibiscus Gin

Price: £30

Cherry Liqueur

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Burgundy Cherry Liqueur from the B Corp certified Ellers Farm Distillery which makes for the perfect gift, especially for the eco-conscious mother. Released under the distillery’s Small Batch Spirits brand, this liqueur is rich in Black Forest Gateau flavour and cut with sour cherry juice and notes of chocolate, almond, and coffee. It’s the perfect addition for all cocktail needs and can also be used in a range of delicious baking treats such as a Cherry Bakewell Tart.

Price: £16.00

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Juno Bamboo Water, the refreshing ethical bamboo drink in a can, is proud to announce its launch with the arrival of two delicious flavours: Juicy Mango and Zesty Yuzu.

Juno Bamboo Water allows you to enjoy all the health benefits of ethical bamboo in a refreshing and revitalising drink, packed with natural antioxidants and vitamins. Each drink is low in sugar and is mindfully made in the UK.

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