The two key botanticals that differentiate Brockmans Gin from others, Blueberries and Blackberries, creating the berry taste. The essence of these fruits is added in post distillation, which means it’s not a London Dry style of gin, but very fruity!
Beautiful autumnal Islington from the canal with these posers!
Gin and tonic and bubbly cocktail (no I can’t remember what was in it!)
The green canal in Islington
Brockmans captain Katie!
Captain Pat (the actual person driving the boat!)
After our tasting and cocktails we decided some food was in order and as it was KERB street food market’s 3rd birthday, we toddled off there…
The girls doing some posing!
My favourite KERB trader – Donostia Social Club, all about the sangria and tapas!
Quick get the free seats!
The Donostia menu – everything is delicious
From top left prawns a la plancha, the black pudding topped with quails egg, the mixed meat and cheese plate and the lamb cutlets… All soooo good!
The Meet me at the Grand – camomile tea infused vodka with St Germain elderflower liqueur and champagne.
The Old Man and the T – tequila, grapefruit juice, lime juice and maraschino
Gorgeous setting in the booking office too
The cocktail at the GNH bar was the Smoky Plum Cocktail – Laphroaig whisky, gin, lemon juice, plum and cinnamon – but I forgot to get a picture….
Oh and they also like gin at Drink Shop Do – here are two I sampled from their top shelf!