Poetic License: The craft distillery based in Sunderland

"I love the variety in gin. I’m fond of a traditional, solid juniper-forward gin but also enjoy tasting the flavours new and unique botanicals can offer. However, for me, the important thing is the flavours must be balanced. In a gin, all botanicals should sit together harmoniously so that all flavours, even big ones, still balance and no one element is overly dominating," says Luke Smith, the distiller at Poetic License in Sunderland, England.

Koriander – a Michelin-starred restaurant in Drachten

“Our signature dish is made from baked langoustine, tartare of langoustine, sauce tartare, thinly sliced fennel and beetroot chips,” explains Jan Gaastra, the head chef at Koriander, the Michelin-starred restaurant in Drachten in the Dutch province of Friesland. “We live in a very beautiful province in the northern Netherlands, so the North Sea is our backyard,” adds Jan.