We are all dreaming of this madness being lifted and being able to revisit our favourite pubs and inns and the fantastic British countryside or exploring new places; sharing them with family, friends and our four-legged companions; eating amazing British produce; or simply enjoying a lazy afternoon in a pub garden.
We call this #EpicureanWanderlust.
Share your favourite memories, or those special places you cannot wait to visit, and let's all dream the dream together.
Our favourite photo each week will win a bottle of Chase GB gin and enough Double Dutch tonic water to match, thanks to two of our partners, Chase Distillery and DoubleDutch Drinks.
Our overall favourite post at the end of the competition will win a multi-night stay for 2 people with our new Epicurean Passports.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply:
Full Ts & Cs are available here.
Raised in the Netherlands, Double Dutch's twin founders, Joyce and Raissa, have a natural affinity with superlative drinks and excellent blendings. After all, they come from the birthplace of gin!
But their love affair turned to frustration. While the world's choice of spirits has continued to grow, mixers and sodas have remained bland … less of a twin, more of a shadow.
Double Dutch is the result of this love affair - uniting great spirits with complementary mixers that enliven and enhance. Richard Branson supported the Double Dutch vision by giving the twins a Foodpreneur award for their innovative Food and Beverage brand.
From the world's best mixologists through to those who prefer their G&T on the sofa at home, the Double Dutch twins have created revolutionary mixers to intensify enjoyment of spirits, or to be drunk solo.
Unlike most distilleries, Chase make their gin from scratch rather than buying in a readymade neutral grain spirit.
"People care about the terroir of their wines or the barrel aging of their whiskies, so why shouldn't they care about the traceability of their white spirits?" - Chase
For the signature Chase GB gin they infuse juniper to ensure the driest gin possible, followed by cinnamon, ginger, almond, coriander, cardomom, cloves, angelica root, licorice root and lemon peels to ensure that distinct, full-bodied flavour.