🍸GIN OF THE WEEK🍸
Ungava Gin Canadian Premium Gin
Ungava is a very intriguing Canadian Gin, made using six rare, botanicals which bestow upon it a distinctive flavour profile and the natural, vibrant colour. These hand-picked botanicals include Nordic Juniper, Arctic Blend, Cloudberry, Crowberry, Labrador Tea and Wild Rose Hips. It is named after the Ungava Peninsula, which can be found at the northern tip of Quebec, Canada.
Pair with Fever-Tree Premium Tonic Water and enjoy 😍🍸 #gin#wildatlanticway#ginandtonic#galway#latinquartergalway#ungava#canada#galwayhour
🍸 GIN OF THE WEEK! 🍸
This week we’re showcasing Black's Irish Gin, an absolutely superb gin tried, tested and thoroughly enjoyed by staff & customers alike 😉 😘
Blacks Gin features 13 carefully selected botanicals. A big bold flavorsome gin featuring Juniper berries, Coriander seeds, Licorice, Orris Root and Angelica root bring an earthy body to this gin. A modern Irish Gin, refreshingly balanced with citrus and spice.
Featuring fresh cut citrus peels, hand cracked juniper berries and vapor infused Irish heather flowers picked locally on the Wild Atlantic way.😍
We recommend that you try this out with Schweppes 1783 Salty Lemon and a wedge of Grapefruit to garnish 🍊🍋, it’s an absolutely unreal combination, you won’t go back! Available in Busker’s for a tenner 😎
Galway day 5, part 4: A bit more walking around Eyre Square and the Latin Quarter. Found Fibber Magee's pub, which seems like it probably turns into a fairly serious party bar later on, but was just right early in the day. The stained glass in the door didn't look like anything from the outside, but was so vibrant and colorful (albeit backwards) from inside the bar. Had to have some seafood in this harbor town, settled on McDonagh's - very much a no frills, order at the counter, only like 7 things on the menu kind of place, which I enjoy. Plus, the food was great. Also visited Tigh Neachtain, which was on a couple lists of must - go places in Galway. Such a cool place. There is basically a labyrinth of nooks, rooms, and snugs, tons of interesting stuff on the walls, an entire wall of books for patrons to borrow while enjoying a pint or coffee, and probably the largest selection of whiskey I've ever seen in one place. I don't do whiskey, but it was still pretty impressive to look at. We had to wrap up our super quick trip, and head back to the bus station, but still got in a pretty good visit in such a short amount of time.
WINNER ALRIGHT WINNER ALRIGHT!
Congrats to Charlie Silke on winning the 6 O’Clock Gin Hamper after his kind donation to Western Alzheimer’s! Thanks to all who donated to this great cause through The Pub Pint Race and thanks also to our own Nick Shaughnessy for taking part! #westernalzheimers#greatcause#latinquartergalway#taaffesforthecraic
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Some trips are more Mega than others. This particular one, from one year ago today, was Mega on a matrimonial scale. This was the ceremony to Megatrip’s honeymoon, fittingly outrageous, intimate, and hip-hop-soundtracked in equal measure. Cheers to one year 🍻
Galway day 5, part 3: Not sure what this area is called (update - found out it's the Latin Quarter), but we wandered through this adorable little area of winding streets with shops, cafes, and pubs. It felt like we were in a movie or something. Kind of unbelievable that places like this exist in the real world. Also there was a very creepy little Santa peeking out the window of the Treasure Chest. Almost didn't catch that gem.