As most foraged food is either unpalatable, bitter, or tastes ‘a bit like spinach’, our advice to you is to smother it with refined sugar and alcohol and transform it into a cheeky little apéritif and/or digestif. First up, Sloe gin.
It's a summer garden in a bottle, similar to Galliano, with Yarrow, chamomile, lavender, juniper berries, cinnamon and spices, anise and citrus. Then it's finished off with vanilla bean! It tastes devine!
Channel your inner granny and make this spicy sour cherry liqueur. It's just cherries, and a whole lot of sugar plus a whole lot of time. But in the end, you've got sweet cherry elixir to get you through the winter.
Dark tea, aromatic bergamot - what is there not to love about Earl Grey? It also makes a delightful booze! You can make your own Earl Grey Cordial - it is easy, and makes a wonderful gift to give a tea aficionado!