We are absolutely thrilled to be included in the Annual Stock Check Book 2020, compiled by Speciality Food. Our Asparagus Dry Gin is one of only a handful of alcoholic drinks to be featured.
The book is a comprehensive guide to the very best food and drink in the industry today and is circulated to Farm Shops and Delis across the UK.
All products listed are carefully selected by the Editor, so to be featured is a real feather in our cap. Especially as we are still half-way through our second year, and, our Asparagus Dry Gin was only launched in April this year.
More about Hussingtree Asparagus Dry Gin
Hussingtree Asparagus Dry Gin is the culmination of 6 months of hard work, experimenting with distilling processes and botanical blends, to understand the best way to unlock the vegetable’s flavour. And we're thrilled with the result. It's pretty unique. And it's truly delicious. A truly unique premium dry gin, incorporating Worcestershire asparagus.
We follow the London Dry method, which means we only dilute the distilled gin down to our desired 40% strength. We never add any further flavours or sweeteners to our gin after it's distilled. This is called the one shot method. Our blend of botanicals, enhanced by local brine salt that's added during the distillation process, complements its characteristics wonderfully.
Through distillation the asparagus delivers an earthy, nutty-sweetness on the palate. And we're proud to source our asparagus from Revills Farm, one of the leading asparagus producers in Worcestershire.
Perfect serve gin and tonic
Enjoy our Hussingtree Asparagus Dry Gin at its best with your favourite neutral tonic poured over a heap of ice. We recommend the ratio of neutral tonic to gin being between 2:1 and 3:1. If you like to add a garnish, it's perfect with a few fresh mint leaves.
We also have a couple of wonderful cocktails that work beautifully with the gin.
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