Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Ginalicious Proseccolicious Summer Cocktails

We have this great new range in store from a Scottish Company called Plant & Grow.
You could always team the Ginalicious Kit with a bottle of their favourite gin to make a unique gift??
The Ginalicious Gin Botanical Cocktail Garden Kit is a fabulous growing kit from Plant-n-Grow, the ideal gift for a green fingered loved one who likes the occasional tipple!

Immerse yourself in the botanical infused world of Gin cocktails. This great kit contains everything you need to sow, grow & mix a cocktail or two.

Raspberry & Rose Petal Cocktail infusion bag (just add Gin)
Earl Grey & Blue Flower infusion Bag (as above – just add Gin)
1 seed packet of Cucumber ‘Burpless Tasty Green’ – produces delicious crisp fruits with no bitterness. Packed with flavour and easy to digest!
Rosemary Officinalis Seeds x 1 packet. Adds a wonderful pine fragrant flavour
Basil ‘Aristotle’ Seeds x 1 packet. A variety easily grown on a windowsill in pots
Thyme ‘Olde English’ Seeds x 1 packet. Subtle mint and lemon notes provides a slightly floral aroma to a cocktail. (During the 18th century, thyme was used as a hangover cure – which may come in handy with this growing kit!)
6 Page Cocktail Recipe Book bursting with recipes for fresh and aromatic cocktails.

Team with a bottle of Prosecco – it makes a really special gift

Love Prosecco? Want to try your hand at growing something? Then try “Proseccolicious” – the Prosecco Botanical Cocktail Garden Growing Kit from Plant ‘N’ Grow.

Prosecco Botanical Cocktail Garden Growing Kit includes:
High Quality Seeds: One packet each of Sage, Orange Scented Thyme, Viola & Lemon Basil (Sow by end June 2018 – herbs grow all year indoors)
Mini Greenhouse (propagator)
10 x Compost discs
6 x wooden plant markers
Perfect for growing indoors or in small outdoor spaces
Beautifully illustrated instructions
3 Botanical Infusions for your cocktail recipes : Lavender Buds, Strawberries & Raspberries
Cocktail recipe book for 6 delicious recipes to pimp up the Prosecco.
Simple way to grow herbs, try out some cocktails and impress friends.

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