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Elderflower gin

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Elderflower gin is a great way of making the most of the bountiful elderflower plant. A quick twenty-four hours will be enough time to infuse your gin with the wonderfully floral scent of spring! Adjust the sugar levels if you prefer something sweeter, of feel free to add lemon peel or a vanilla pod for a twist.

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1
Brush any bugs off the elderflowers
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Place in a sterilised jar with the sugar and gin and seal
3
Shake up the jar to dissolve the sugar and leave to steep for 24 hours
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Strain the gin through a muslin cloth and transfer to a sterilised bottle. Best enjoyed within 1 month
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