If gin is one of your favorite tipples, you will have to give this recipe a bash. It is really simple to make and tastes absolutely delicious. So go ahead and knock up a batch, your friends will be very impressed the next time they're over and you whip out a bottle of this!
250g seville orange marmalde
4 fresh bay leaves
Place the marmalde, gin and bay leaves in a large sterilized glass jar. Cover with a tightly fitted lid. Then leave in a dark cool place for two weeks, shaking once every couple of days to help the flavors infuse. Finally strain trough some muslin and decant into sterile glass bottles.
Serve with lots of ice topped with tonic, on its own as an aperitif or add a dash to your champagne for modern take on a kir royal. The possibilities are endless!