We’ve received international accolades for our gin and rum, just weeks after launching.
We launched our first four spirits in April 2019: Dry Gin, Summer Gin, Gold Rum and Spiced Rum. Three of the products were entered into the internationally-recognised SIP Awards, along with a fourth spirit which will be released in the autumn.
All four of the products picked up awards, with two winning gold.
Held in California, the SIP Awards is open to businesses across the globe, and is the only true blind-tasting competition that enlists consumers as judges.
977 spirits and mixers were entered this year, considered by more than 140 consumer judges, with only a small selection winning gold, silver and bronze.
We received gold in the flavoured/infused gin category for our Summer Gin – a traditional juniper gin with a kick of citrus and summer fruits, including redcurrant, raspberry, blackberry, blackcurrant, and a hint of mint.
The silver award in the gold/dark rum category was given to our Gold Rum – single pot distilled and oak aged for a smooth and high quality profile.
Our Dry Gin – with carefully-selected botanicals, including juniper, coriander, angelica root, liquorice, and black pepper, complemented by the use of local Cornish ingredients such as seasonal fruit and honey – was awarded bronze in the hotly-contested gin category.
Our autumn fruit-infused Harvest Gin, due for release in autumn 2019, was also awarded gold in the flavoured/infused gin category.
A fresh gin with a citrus kick, infused with Cornish elements to provide a refreshing yet warming gin – perfect for summer evenings.
As it’s a lighter gin, it works really well with Fevertree Mediterranean Tonic, with a couple of fresh raspberries or a strawberry to garnish.
Please note – the colours of our products are natural. We don’t use colourants, so some natural colour variation will exist between batches.
If you would like to stock any of our products, please give us a call on 01326 702202.
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