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Cacao & Honeycomb Gin Liqueur

Crafted with fresh honeycomb and cacao nibs for the perfect after-dinner treat.

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This gin is the perfect tipple for those with a sweet tooth, or to replace an after-dinner treat.

When this remarkable liquid emerged from our experimental still, Cygnet, it caused quite the buzz among the Sipsmith Swans. Why? It might be due to the addition of pollen, homemade honeycomb and fresh honey

Like many of us during lockdown, distiller and Cacao & Honeycomb creator, Joe decided to grab a mixing bowl, fire up the oven and perfect his baking skills. But it wasn’t long before a surplus of honeycomb led him back to the gin stills. He sourced honey from Jared’s hives in the Cotswolds and selected cacao nibs to add a savoury, chocolate depth. As a result, Joe couldn’t ‘bee’ happier with this slightly sweet dessert liqueur.

The perfect partner to pudding, sip neat or combine 50ml Cacao & Honeycomb with ginger ale in a highball over ice, and garnish with a lemon wedge.

Tasting Notes:
The Nose: Sweet, with inviting notes of honey, chocolate and light orange

The Palate: Creamy, sweet honey balanced by refreshing pine and soft spice.

The Finish: Bitter chocolate complemented by warming spice and soft nuttiness.

32% ABV

Autumn Calling
Toast to the new season with this long, citrusy serve.

40ml Cacao & Honeycomb Gin Liqueur
10ml sweet vermouth
20ml fresh lemon juice
Soda water, to top up
Lemon twist to garnish

Combine the Cacao & Honeycomb, sweet vermouth and lemon juice in an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake. Pour into an ice-filled highball glass. Top with a splash of soda. Garnish with a lemon twist.

Honeycomb Old Fashioned
Enjoy a sweet twist on this classic serve.

40ml Cacao & Honeycomb Gin Liqueur
5ml honey
2 dashes Angostura bitters
10ml Bourbon or Rye whiskey (optional)
Orange twist to garnish

Combine the Cacao & Honeycomb, honey and Angostura bitters in an ice-filled mixing glass. Stir. Add the whiskey, if you like, and strain the liquid into an ice-filled rocks glass. Garnish with an orange twist.

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  1. As suggested mixed it with a ginger ale which I normally reserve for spicy gins. This worked well with a warm sweetness coming through from the honeycomb. Enjoyed by the rest of the house too


  2. Enjoyed this as a desert liqueur ie neat over a couple of ice cubes with cake and ice cream at our FFS Gin Girls evening.

    Tracy Evans

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