It was created using botanicals that were foraged locally in the spring and summer of 2021 in a bid to capture the essence of the shifting English seasons. Billed as a “collector’s item”
The gin was distilled using the company’s novo-dimensional distillation system, in which nine variables including temperature, pressure and time can be adjusted for the distillation of each botanical. These separate distillates are then blended together to create the final spirit.
With botanicals include lemon balm, hawthorn blossom, nettles and cow parsley flowers, Cambridge Distillery says the gin is elegant with citrus and herbaceous notes. It recommends serving chilled, over ice, or in an extra-dry martini.
The award-winning Isle of Harris Gin is made in our home village of Tarbert, every drop distilled in a small copper gin still known as 'The Dottach', before being bottled and sealed by hand.
Refreshing, with good balance between the bitter juniper and pine and the sweet fruit flavours of mango, grapefruit and orange. A green herb flavour of crushed coriander develops. Distinctive and smooth with a dry, flinty taste.
For its 10th Anniversary, Cambridge Distillery is releasing a special pack featuring some of the most iconic of its gins including the multi award-winning Cambridge Dry Gin, Truffle, Japanese and Anty Gins.
The Anniversary box is a celebration of Cambridge Distillery’s mastery in the art of flavour. This is a collection of classic Dry gins made from fresh botanicals harvested all around the world, from the English meadows of Grantchester, our home, to Alba in Italy or even Japan.
Along with our permanent range and to celebrate our 10th anniversary, we wanted to recreate some of our most popular gin prototypes so 4 out of the 12 gins included in the pack will be re-editions of old gin