Unwins Homegrown Gin Cocktail Garden Kit


Unwins Homegrown Gin Cocktail Garden Kit allows you to grow your own botanicals to add to your favourite gin & tonic.




A fantastic addition to your kitchen and can also make a wonderful gift. The kit contains everything you need to add delicious botanicals to your gin and tonic.




These fresh and tasty herbs mixed with your favourite gin and tonic flavour make for lots of tasty gin cocktail variations.




Simply plant up, and watch them grow on your windowsill.



  • Set includes: Mint, Basil, Lemon Balm & Orange Scented Thyme

  • Includes a decorative planter, gin infusion bags, recipe cards, and more

  • Fresh, tasty herbs that are perfect to add to gin cocktail




4 seed sachets, 4 plastic pots, 4 plant labels, 1 bag compost, 2 gin infusion bags, 4 gin cocktail recipes and wooden trough for growing.

Product Highlights
Decorative wooden planter
Contains herb seeds
Includes two gin infusion bags - Elderflower & Rose to use with Mint, and Juniper Berry, Orange Peel & Cardamom to use with Basil
Product Specification:
SKU: 32020104
Tips & Advice:
Herbs Included
Basil - Sweet & aromatic. Perfect for a Gin Basil Smash and creates a very flavoursome cocktails. Mint - Popular herb which brings freshness and one of the most versatile flavours used within a variety of cocktail recipes. Lemon Balm - Citrus-scented aromatic herb. Perfect for making citrus inspired cocktails. Orange Scented Thyme - A versatile herb with aromatic orange peel scent and helps to bring out all the floral notes and botanicals in the gin.
How To Sow
1. Break up any lumps in the compost and loose fill each pot to the top. Shake level. Firm gently with the base of another pot. Water well and leave to drain for 30 minutes. 2. Sprinkle a few seeds (10-20) of a herb into each pot lightly covering with 1/2cm compost. 3. Place each pot into the wooden trough and place trough in a sealed clear plastic food bag or cover surface with cling film. This keeps the humidity up and you should not need to water again until germinated. 4. Place the trough on a warm household windowsill or another well lit, warm surface. Periodically check compost is moist. 5. Once seeds begin to grow, remove plastic bag and keep warm (10-20C) and moist but not saturated. Allow approx. 2 weeks for germination, and at least 6 weeks for established growth.
How To Harvest
1. Once the plant has 5-6 leaves you can begin to pick or snip off leaves as required. 2. Spare seeds can be kept cool and dry for further pots or sown in the garden from April to September.

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