Need a break from exams or a cocktail idea for Christmas dinner? The Old course has got you covered with this wonderful cocktail recipe (and hangover cures).
With the festive season almost upon us, it’s time to get your glad rags – it’s party time!
Here’s a simple and delicious cocktail, easy to make for a house full of party guests or just for yourself – even better, it has health benefits too.
Cranberries are a rich source of anti-oxidants, these wonderful bright, juicy berries are a rich source of several vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, E, and K1, manganese, and copper.
- 1 measure of botanist gin
- 125 ml Cranberry Juice
- Elderflower tonic to taste
- Sprig of fresh mint
If you’ve had too many the night before, fear not! While we don’t advise heavy drinking, it happens to the best of us.
These are the best foods for curing a hangover – some of which may surprise you!
- Love it or hate it, Marmite or Vegemite on toast is packed full of salt and B vitamins – these are the two things that need replenishing, as the body uses these very quickly when processes alcohol.
- Lemons and limes are great at giving a hangover the heave-ho, and we all know drinking lots of water can help alleviate a pounding headache. Try adding two teaspoons of fresh lemon or lime juice and a teaspoon of honey to a pint of water when you wake up and see if it makes a difference.
- Beans on toast, yes, please! Beans are a great source of fiber and folic acid, as well as protein to aid the body’s recovery.
- Don’t get in a pickle! Gherkins are rich in nutrients including vitamin A, iron, potassium, vitamin K, calcium and manganese, so, eating a few gherkins may actually help you get over the worst of it.