Having lived in a small two bed flat for five years the move to a large townhouse was a bit of a shock, no longer are we falling over each other, instead we are losing each other! When we viewed the house for the first time I was perplexed at the fact the basement had been converted into a self contained flat but as we discussed it more we started to view it as an opportunity to help us raise some much needed cash to help with the renovations.
So, we’ve been in our new house four weeks now and it’s starting to really feel like home. But wow, what a four weeks it’s been. As I said in my previous post the first week was spent cleaning but what’s happened since then?
When I first met Mr B the only interest I had in horse racing was a £1 bet on the Grand National and what people wore to Ascot. Fast forward 9 years and I’m now a racing regular who looks forward to Cheltenham Festival Week as much as he does!
When I first heard about the release of Gwyr, Gower gin at the end of 2017 I knew that I needed to try it. It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Isle of Harris gin with it’s notes of sugar kelp, so I was sure that I’d love Gwyr gin with it’s hints of foraged fennel from the coastline of the beautiful Gower Peninsula.
WOW! What a few days it has been. After what has seemed like an endless house sale/ purchase process we finally got the keys to our new house 10 days ago. The search started in August and after receiving an offer on our flat in early October we were lucky enough to find our dream house within days.
This gin ticks all of the boxes for me as a consumer, hand crafted (yes), local (yes) donates some profits to a worthy cause (yes)! All sounding a bit too good to be true? Well, I can say with certainty that contents of the bottle don’t disappoint. Read more
As a gin lover the one question everybody asks me is ‘what is your favourite gin’, to which my answer has remained consistent ever since I took my first sip of this incredible drink at the The Ferry Inn on the Isle of Skye almost two years ago. The answer, Isle of Harris.