Every year we come together on Remembrance Day, also known as Armistice Day, to commemorate and honour those who have fallen to secure and protect our freedom. The signing of the Armistice on 11 November 1918 marked the ending of the First World War; ‘Armistice’ in Latin translates to “to stand (still) arms”.
We have done a fair few interviews since we started our distillery and one of the questions is always: where do you see yourself next year or in three years? Who would have thought we would be diversifying from Premium Gin to hand sanitiser! COVID-19 has changed all our lives forever.
Introducing our new pink gin! Constantly asked, ‘Do you have any Pink Gin?’, and replying, ‘Gin’s supposed to be clear!’ We buckled!!!! This recipe was concocted alongside gin school classes, just mucking about really and trying to impress the attendees! As it’s a gin school, Alistair teaches how to make gin but also a little history of gin. Rather than just filling a batch with raspberries to make it pink, he decided lets go for an Old Tom style.