Gin Botanicals Tin with 7 Botanicals
A "must-have" for any gin or cocktail enthusiast who is interested in creating the wow factor in their gin and gin cocktail creations.
Whether you're buying as a gift or for yourself, this is not just a brilliant product, its also got an lovely story behind it - Spice Kitchen are a family-owned artisanal spice and tea company run by mother and son team Sanjay & Shashi Aggarwal.
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Spice Kitchen's Gin Botanicals Tin is the perfect all-year-round gift for any budding or experienced mixologist who wishes to get creative with gin at home.
Each tin contains 7 gorgeously fragrant botanicals, and a free recipe booklet that shows you how to make your own awesome gin, craft delicious syrups and honeys and learn how to make professional looking (and tasting) drinks
- Juniper berries (20g)
- Cardamom Pods (15g)
- Coriander Seeds (15g)
- Rose Petals (4g)
- Pink Peppercorns (15g)
- Citrus Peel (10g)
- Star Anise (10g)
Best of all, for every spice tin sold, Spice Kitchen support three extraordinary charities working with schoolchildren both in the UK and India.
• Ethically sourced
• Blends are made fresh in small batches here in the UK
• Free recipe guide with lots of top tips and tasty cocktail recipes
• Outer storage tin is 19cm stainless steel with a perspex lid to ensure freshness
• Seven removable smaller tins for convenience and a small metal spoon for accurate dispensing
• No additives, artificial flavouring or preservatives
• Durable stainless steel spice tin for use and for storage and display. The ribbed lid helps to retain the freshness of the spices, and the tin is also dishwasher safe
Back in 2012, Sanjay Aggarwal was sitting at the Christmas dinner table with his newly retired parents, discussing ideas for them to keep busy.
My mum, Shashi, was already bored with retirement,” he says, “so with food being one of her biggest passions, we came up with the idea of setting up a spice business she could run from home. And so Spice Kitchen was born.”
Spice Kitchen has grown into a thriving example of a small family business, and every product they sell still has to pass the rigourous inspection of Sanjay and Shashi.
Their home-ground, hand-blended spice blends and gin botanicals are sold in shiny stainless steel spice tins, known as masala dabbas in India. Shashi (aka Mrs. A) was born in Kenya, grew up in India and has lived in the UK for over 30 years and so brings a wealth of international spice knowledge and know-how to Spice Kitchen's table.
As a family run business they are proud to support other families around the world. That's why, for every spice tin sold, they donate to The Akshaya Patra Foundation to support children in India to receive nutritious mid-day meals.
They also support several charities and social enterprises who help people and animals in the UK, Kenya and India, such as FRANK Water and Find Your Feet.