b'S P I R I T SGarnish G I N[gahr-nish]VerbDecorate or embellish (something, especially food)NounA small amount of food used to decorate other food.OriginMiddle English (in the sense equip, arm): from Old French garnir, probably of Germanic origin and related to warn. Garnish (Sense 1 of the verb) dates from the late 17th centuryTHE CLASSICSAstheginboomcontinuesLangleys No 8, Tanqueray 10,, Masons Yorkshire Gintosurgeinpopularity,weveCitrus twistseentheuseofgarnisheshasFresh Mintchanged hugely in recent years. Juniper berriesWhatevergarnishchosenisCITRUSultimatelydowntopersonalMalfy, Cotswold Distillery Dry, Beefeater 24choicebutgarnishescantotallyPink Grapefruittransform the humble Gin & TonicLime/LemontoabeautifullookingdrinkandFresh Gingerenhance the aroma and flavour of the gin. FLORALHendricks, Whitley Neill, BathtubGarnishescanuseanexistingRaspberriesbotanical to enhance the flavour:Strawberriesusealemontwistforcitrus-ledEdible Flowersgins or a slice of pink grapefruit inHERBACEOUSyour Cotswold Dry. Alternatively,Eden Mill, Gin Mare, Botanist, Gin Mare, Masons teait can complement the flavour ofGreen Applethe botanicals, garnishing a floralCucumbergin like Jinzu with a slice of greenFresh Thyme/Basil/Rosemaryapple9INN EXPRESS - DRINKS PORTFOLIO 2019|20 - GIN INN EXPRESS - DRINKS PORTFOLIO 2019|20 - GINGin Garnish Summer .indd 1 16/05/2018 16:17:25'