Greensand Ridge, a craft-distillery near Shipbourne, in the Weald of Kent, has achieved one of its original green goals by becoming carbon neutral, the first UK distillery to do so. Greensand Ridge London Dry Gin includes eight local botanicals, which can be found growing wild around their distillery. A completely unique gin which you definitely need to try!
We all love gin, it’s one of the creations we can be thankful for on those evenings when a G&T is needed after a long day, so when it comes to celebrating Mother’s day (Sunday 31st March, in the UK) we think there is no better way than with gin-related gifts! So make sure you gift mum some good gin. After all you’re the reason why she drinks… 😜
So whether you’re looking to buy a gift for your Mum or you’re a Mum yourself and want to give some hints here’s some wonderful ginspiration for you.
Mór Irish Gin is a bold and innovative gin made out of Arderin Distillery, a craft gin distillery located in Tullamore, Co. Offaly. Refreshing and bold, crafted expertly by hand infused with raspberries, blackberries and cranberries…this gin is delicious!
The Boatyard Distillery is an award winning farm-to-bottle distillery located on the banks of Lough Erne in north west Ireland. Not only is their location rather beautiful, but their gin is stunning too!
Jawbox have added some fiery ginger spice to their classic gin, along with the intense flavour of pineapple! Jawbox Pineapple and Ginger Gin Liqueur is the perfect combination of sweet and spice, and you definitely need to try it!
Is anyone trying to cut down a little this January? Gordon’s have created their Ultra Low Alcohol G&T flavoured drinks as a delicious alternative. They still have the complexity of a G&T, but with less than 0.5% ABV and 68 calories per serve!
Pin Gin is made by Bottomley Distillers, the first gin distillery in Lincolnshire! Not only have they made a delicious dry gin with a wonderful array of botanicals, but their Strawberry-infused gin is just as incredible! Perfect for brightening up your January!