The Romans can't have travelled light as it often seems they bought much of the naturalised flora and fauna to the UK and Alexanders bitters is no exception.
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Inspired by the creativity of bartenders throughout history with this classic 'hair-of-the-dog' cocktail I about replicating the bloody mary, Scottish Style
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Rose hip is abundant at this time of year. Some books say that they are best left until they have been shrivelled by the first frost of winter, but we have been making delicious syrup on warm September evenings.
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