Craig shares details of the monthly subscription service from I Love Gin
The gins and tonics in this months ‘Aromatic Autumn’ subscription box
Gin has taken over the world. Official. And with so many great varieties now available it would be quite difficult to get around to tasting them all. So, wouldn’t it be great to be able to sample a couple of different gins every single month via a very affordable subscription service? Welcome to I Love Gin.com. You’re welcome!
Yours truly enjoying a well deserved G&T. Well it’d be rude not to!
You can join the club for just £14 a month and in return, not only do you get 2 miniature bottles of gin and 2 mixers, to make 4 gin cocktails, but you also get a voucher for £5 off a bottle of gin, along with access to flash sales, free gifts, discount codes and competitions to enter. Seems like a no-brainer for any gin lover!
The Audemus Pink Pepper gin and the Fever-Tree aromatic tonic water
Craig tells us all about the wonderful socks available from Peper Harow London and shares a top secret!
Peper Harow socks come to you wonderfully gift wrapped and make the perfect gift
Bold, bright and brilliant; three words that I’d use to describe socks from Peper Harow London. Built on great design and superior quality, Peper Harow London socks are made right here in England. So if you’re fed up of dull grey socks, loose elastic and dodgy fabrics, and want to add some style and interest to your ankles, look no further. Peper Harow are here to save the day!
Yours truly, wearing the red and navy pin polka dot socks
Meet Peper Harow London
It’s clear when meeting the small team behind Peper Harow London that they are incredibly passionate about what they do. They really pride themselves on the quality of the socks they produce, only using the best quality cottons and materials.
For me the fact that they are produced right here in good old blighty is a major plus point. But once I learned about their dedication to producing a truly sustainable product, and that they are constantly looking for ways to further develop this and manage any waste they may have ethically and responsibly, they earned a few more brownie points.
All of that is brilliant, but also the socks look darn great! View Post
Craig shares details of a day spent at the cheese and craft beer market in London’s trendy East Village E20
Just a few short minutes from Stratford station and you’re in the heart of the vibrant, bustling and trendy East Village E20, which according to certain sources is one of London’s hippest postcodes. With various markets and events held there regularly I was excited to be invited to attend the cheese and craft beer market.
The entrance to London’s hippest postcode: East Village E20
Vegan doesn’t have to be tasteless and this incredible fried sandwich proved it.
The smell of street food got us even before we’d entered the market, and there were a number of stalls to choose from, offering wraps crammed with various fillings, Chinese food and vegan delights, to name just a few. View Post