Our best ever flavoured gin recipes

Capture your favourite fruity flavours with our best ever flavoured gin recipes. Start bottling your own homemade infused spirits to use in delicious cocktails.

Bottle the flavour of plump strawberries at the height of the summer or zingy rhubarb at the start of spring with our easy flavoured gin recipes. If you like your drinks fruity and full of flavour, our selection of colourful spirits are sure to tickle your tastebuds. Bring some zing to your evening G&T, or mix up an impressively pink tipple with our creative cocktail suggestions.

Want to go the extra mile? Whip up our easy compound gin to create your own bespoke blend with plenty of aromatic spices, then be sure to check out our top tips for making flavoured gin

Once your drinks cabinet is fully stocked, try your hand at making our best ever gin cocktails and our top 10 gin drinks you can make in minutes
 

1. Rhubarb gin 

Rhubarb cocktails and rhubarb gin in container
Whether you're using forced rhubarb or seasonal produce, our rhubarb gin is 100% irresistible. Use just three ingredients to make a batch of this beautiful booze, then have it ready to go in a gin and tonic garnished with a slice of fresh ginger. Use caster sugar rather than golden – the latter will spoil the colour as the juice is drawn out of the rhubarb. 

Try it topped up with soda water for a sensational thirst-quencher. 
 

2. Strawberry gin

Gin in decanter and glasses with strawberries

Our delicious strawberry gin tastes like summer sunshine in a glass. This simple infused spirit makes a great base for fruity cocktails or a fresh G&T. Line your shelves with bottles of this mouth-watering concoction – we guarantee that once you've tried it, it will be your pink gin of choice. 
 

3. Sloe gin 

Sloe gin in glass with decanter
One for the winter months. Our sumptuous sloe gin has a mature, richly rounded flavour and makes a thoughtful homemade gift. Get your Kilner jars at the ready and make a batch of this gorgeous gin ahead of time. Want to invest in a shop-bought bottle as well? Check out our reviews of the best sloe gin 2019. This versatile spirit can also be used in sweet and savoury cooking recipes, such as our pan-fried venison or sloe gin & fruit sponge puddings.

Mix up some easy sloe gin cocktail recipes for a festive gathering or an autumnal party tipple. 
 

4. Raspberry gin 

Raspberry gin in decanter and cocktails
Bottle up our raspberry gin to add a pretty pink hue to your favourite cocktails for months to come. Feel free to experiment with flavours, we love the combination of raspberry and lemon, raspberry and vanilla or raspberry and almond for a Bakewell twist. For an added bonus, use the leftover booze-soaked raspberries in a cocktail, trifle or turn them into a granita
 

5. Damson gin

Damson gin in glasses and decanter
Got a glut of damsons to use up? Make a batch of our decadent damson gin. Try our top tip of freezing your damsons before bashing them to release the juice, rather than pricking each one individually. This flavoured gin also makes an excellent addition to Christmas cakes and puddings. If you'd rather a 'cleaner' overall flavour, swap the gin for vodka. 
 

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