Gin, Tonic & Elderflower Sorbet

Food, Photography, Recipes

Hi Everyone,

So like every graduate I have been thrown out of the education system, into the big wide world, and am now on the search for a job. With job applications come rejections and me feeling like I need a drink. So what better way than combining the job application process with alcohol. No really, this recipe was actually thought up for a job application, promise!

It was for a job application for an award winning, London based company called Sipsmith who make gin and other spirits. I had to create something for a designer role that showed why I am perfect for the job. I wanted to think a little out the box, and decided to do what I do best and create a recipe card. So instead of me typing out the recipe, I am going to show you all my design. Of course you can use any gin you have and for the elderflower I used Belvoir Elderflower Cordial. Fingers crossed I get the job, and if not I had a fun time making the recipe, and the design so it was worth it regardless. (I say this as I’m trying to be positive, but lets face it, nobody likes rejection).

Let me know if you like this idea, as I will continue to design recipe cards that you can all print and add to your collections!

Recipe Card

The perfect recipe for all the adults to enjoy, on a hot summers day – perfect for this heatwave that is meant to be coming our way! Let me know what you think, and if you have any ideas that you want me to try out then send them my way!

A girl with an appetite for all things creative,

Maria x

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