LOBSTER AND MôR: fresh-off-the-boat seafood takeaway, served suavely

Fresh seafood to take away at the seaside is always a welcome thing – as much as our mouths salivate over the batter coating in which marine treats often get dished up in Britain, it does sometimes seem like a barrier preventing you from enjoying the true taste of the produce or a smokescreen for the fact those doing the cooking do not know another … Continue reading LOBSTER AND MôR: fresh-off-the-boat seafood takeaway, served suavely

Talking gin with James Wright of Aber Falls Distillery

Put everything else on ice: it’s time to chill the tonic and make the ultimate lockdown G&T for World Gin Day on 13th June. To give you a head start, we talk to James Wright, managing director at Aber Falls Distillery in Snowdonia, about Welsh gin and how to best drink it.  What’s the secret to the perfect G&T, James?  Nothing tastes as delicious as … Continue reading Talking gin with James Wright of Aber Falls Distillery

In high spirits: Aber Falls’ gin cocktail recipe created atop Snowdon

In eager anticipation of World Gin Day on 13th June (that’s this Saturday, folks), we bring you a one-of-a-kind cocktail recipe courtesy of Aber Falls Distillery in Snowdonia. This is no ordinary cocktail: it was created with the first gin to be distilled at 1085m above sea level at the summit of Snowdon. Raising the bar further still, award-winning bar tender Alex Mills – of … Continue reading In high spirits: Aber Falls’ gin cocktail recipe created atop Snowdon

Through the grapevine: Llanerch Vineyard Hotel

Welsh wine has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years. And there’s no better proof of this viticultural coming of age than Llanerch, one of the UK’s first vineyard hotels, with its crisply designed rooms, restaurant dishing up season-driven food, and vineyard tours and tastings: deliciously rural and yet only a short jaunt from Cardiff. Why we love it… Sipping a glass of … Continue reading Through the grapevine: Llanerch Vineyard Hotel