Thomas Dakin Gin is made with 11 botanicals, including red cole (the traditional name for horseradish), grapefruit, orange peel, and English coriander. In the 1700s, red cole was used in cordials to revive travellers making the long journey to and from London. In this recipe, it adds a warming spice to the Gin which is offset by the fragrant citrus notes, balancing the Gin perfectly.
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