J.J. Whitley Mango & Papaya Gin, 70 cl
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As the universe would have it, I’m celebrating the birthday of both my Mom and my Best Friend. These two mean the world to me so I knew I had to put something fabulous together! It started with asking my mom what was her favourite fruit. She blurted out mango and papaya and I knew I had to go a tropical vibe for this one. Being as my best friend never complains what me and my mom put in front of him, I knew he’d be down for this. Making simple syrup: Heat equal proportions of water and sugar together on a saucepan over medium heat. Continue to heat, stirring occasionally until the sugar dissolves. Remove and let cool.
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Orange Juice: Use freshly squeezed orange juice if you have fresh oranges. Otherwise, use a high quality store bought orange juice without pulp.J.J. Whitley was launched with the express intention of marketing a brand that would appeal to a youthful demographic. The focus on new flavour combinations and artful design is due to this ambition to expand the Halewood International customer base. However, the choice of inspiration for the brand name suggests that as a brand they’re conscious to root its product within traditional British heritage and values. FindThisBest (UK) aims to create a platform to help you make better shopping decisions with less time and energy. Earning our users' trust is central to what we do.
This Tropical Gin Spritz is a fruity cocktail that will
You can buy simple syrup or make your own by simmering 100ml water with 100g caster sugar over a low heat until the sugar has dissolved.
Triple Sec: You can replace the Triple Sec with any type of orange liqueur, such as Cointreau or Grand Marnier. In a shaker, muddle half of the Basil, Mango and Papaya to a pulp (we want to extract as much juice as possible) JJ Whitley is a recent venture by drinks manufacturer Halewood International, not to be confused with the Whitley Neill gin has been part of Halewood’s portfolio since 2009. The JJ Whitley range was launched in 2016 and is named after John James Whitley, the first of the revered Whitley family, who began distilling their own homemade gin in 1762.