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Hot gin recipes to warm your cockles this winter

There’s nothing like a hot toddy or a mulled wine on a chilly evening.

But, for fans or mother’s ruin everywhere, we’ve found something even better: warm gin cocktails.


Read more: From mince pies to lemon drizzle, ha=ow many of these exciting new flavoured gins have you tried?


That’s right – gin isn’t just for summer anymore.

In the London of yesteryear, the Thames would freeze over and become a playground for all in the city, hosting a plethora of wintery gastronomic delights.

As people didn’t have central heating, they kept themselves warm and cosy with hot drinks. And, yes, the majority of them were alcoholic.


Read more: Why drinking gin can actually be good for you


Lightly spiced, beautifully aromatic, and full of heady botanicals, a glug of gin is the perfect base for a winter warmer.

Anyone else tempted to whip one (or five) up to stave off this winter chill?

Scroll through for our favourite hot gin recipes for autumn and winter…

Images: Sipsmith, iStock

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