here you will do well to linger; here our highest good is pleasure”

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September 27, 2019

This week marks the official start of Autumn, a time of the year when we welcome in a new season’s colour palette and irresistible flavours of slow ripened orchard foods, bonfire smoke and sweet spices.

We have been exploring some of these flavours with Broken Clock Lingering Vodka in some new Autumnal drinks serves and cocktail recipes ready for when the nights really start to draw in. We look forward to sharing these very soon. While some may be mourning the end of the Summer season, in many cultures around the world Autumn and Fall are the most revered periods of the year... a time to give thanks for a bountiful growing season and to feast on an abundant harvest.

In the garden, trees and plants are beginning the long slumber until Spring and some well earned dormancy after flourishing throughout the plentiful, warm Summer months.