Since returning from Bali, Anon and I have been observing Feb Fast, an alcohol free February, this is a tip for those of you about to embrace Parched March. Seedlip, Its what to drink when you’re not drinking.
THE ART OF DISTILLATION
In the 1600’s Apothecaries were using small copper stills to make non-alcoholic herbal remedies. This alchemy was documented in The Art of Distillation published in London in the year 1651 & is now re-purposed for the modern day.
THE ART OF NATURE
Mother Earth is gracious, precious & ingenious. In honour of this wild & natural world, the finest ingredients are harvested & individually cold macerated, distilled & then blended to capture nature’s true spirit.
Founded by Ben in his kitchen in the woods, wth a copper still & copy of The Art of Distillation to continue his family’s 300 year farming ancestry & change the way the world drinks.
We have been drinking Garden with a splash of light tonic water and a slice of cucumber….PROFILE
Peas, Hay, Spearmint, Rosemary, Thyme
Indian Tonic Water & a Handful of Peas
The average number of days it takes to sow, grow & hand-pick our peas
A floral blend of hand-picked Peas & homegrown Hay from Ben Branson’s Farm with traditional garden herb distillates in celebration of the English countryside.
It also makes it a bit special to use a lovely glass, the one in the image above is from
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Speedlip is available also at https://www.mybottleshop.com.au/seedlip-spice-700ml. That link is to the ‘spice’ version which is available for ‘back order’ But the y asa stock the ‘Garden 108’ used in this blog …..
Looks WONDERFUL! Just looking at the bottles looks refreshing.. Where are you buying it?
I picked it up at DJs when I was in town the other day..but I thing Dan Murphys said they were getting it in!
Did you buy it locally?
Keen to try it.
I got it and David Jones but Dan Murphys said they were going to get it in.
Seedlip is a terrific drink …. make it a long one with lots of ice … prefer some lemon or lime rather than the cucumber.
Key ingredient here is to use FEVER TREE tonic water – there are several different types available now from liquor outlets and some supermarkets.. It has a fantastic waste, and is so so different to the good old Schweppes Tonic we have all grown up with.
And when you are done with Parched March, use the Fever Tree in in a great Gin ….. try the Young Henrys Gin – it is superb.