Because we have been drinking a lot of Gin lately, mass-production and the consequent standardisation of flavours has become the norm to satisfy our thirst for this juniper based spirit. Tarquin brought back the beauty of craftsmanship and we are VERY grateful for it! This gin is produced in tiny batches on the coast of north Cornwall and every batch has a slightly different flavour. Unbottling Tarquin’s gin is pretty much like opening a Kinder egg, you never know what surprise you are going to get but it never disappoints 😉
Navaswas born in a bar in Mousehole, Cornwall. After a long walk around the headland, the founders popped into the Ship Inn and noticed that whilst there were many excellent Cornish spirits, there wasn’t a choice of Cornish mixers…
Trevethan Gin uses their traditional family recipe perfected in the 1920s by Norman Trevethan! With some botanicals sourced form their very own hedgerows in the Cornish countryside…. this is definitely a gin you need to try!
I love a spicy cocktail this time of year, but this one is also really refreshing! Boatyard Old Tom Gin works wonderfully with Ginger Ale (especially Franklin & Sons). However you can try this with a London Dry Gin too, both styles are lovely. Enjoy!
Boatyard Old Tom Gin works beautifully with Ginger Ale (especially Franklin & Sons). Try out this icing over your favourite ginger biscuit recipe…. delicious! These ginger bread people are strictly for adults! 😉