Saturday , November 28 2020
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Dad’s the word

Dad's the word 2Home Farm Gin

How about one of these gins from the newish Home Farm Gin, based at Hethersett, near Norwich? Choose from Strawberry and Mint, Raspberry, or the original London Dry. Each gin is hand crafted in Matilda, the copper still, and a 70cl bottle is £36.
www.homefarmgin.co.uk

Dad's the word 3Old Hall Farm

Who could resist a cheese hamper? We love this one from Old Hall Farm at Woodton, near Bungay. At £35, it contains lots of great local cheeses and two chutneys, plus a sourdough loaf and one of the farm’s own raw jersey butter. Delivery is not included.
www.oldhallfarm.co.uk

Dad's the word 4Morton’s Farm

For dads who love to fire up the grill, Morton’s Farm, near North Walsham, has just introduced premium meat boxes available for delivery nationwide. Each month, Rob Morton curates a special selection of meats from his own farm, as well as a range from trusted suppliers in the area that share his ethos for maintaining the utmost in animal welfare and well-being. Each box is filled to the brim with Mangalitza pork sausages, smoked chicken, juicy steak burgers and more. June’s box will be delivered on June 18 just in time for Father’s Day.
www.mortonsfarm.co.uk

Dad's the word 5Primo Aperitivo

Launched earlier this year, Primo Aperitivo Negroni looks as good as it tastes. Made with a bespoke blend of Italian dry gin, bitter aperitif and sweet vermouth, it’s the perfect balance of simplicity and sophistication, bitter and sweet. All you have to do is fill a rock glass with ice and generously pour. Add a slice of orange and enjoy the taste of the authentic Italian aperitivo.
www.primoaperitivo.com

Dad's the word 6The English Whisky Co

The English Whisky Co, based near Attleborough, has just launched its first 11-year-old single malt whisky. Distilled at St George’s, just 2466 bottles have been made.

Each bottle is £59.95 and you’re promised something really rather special.
www.englishwhisky.co.uk

Dad's the word 7Cookbook

A keen cook might appreciate a new cookbook and Brunch the Sunday Way by Terence Williamson and Alan Turner looks great fun. The pair run a hugely popular café in London which does, unsurprisingly, a great brunch. Recipes range from courgette fritters to home-cured salt beef. It is priced at £14.99

Anything else:
Anything from Adnams is always a safe bet – we’re big fans of their Wild Wave cider, oils from Yare Valley are perfect with salads, order a cake from Sponge or just go for a barbecue gadget!

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