Our Farm Shop Gin Guide

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We’ve said it once, we’ll say it twice: drink more gin. Here are a few of our favourites:

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Aberfalls Distillery, North Wales

From just up the road in North Wales, we love all of this distillery’s flavours, and we know you will too. Aber Falls Distillery is one of only four in Wales, and the first in North Wales since the early 1900s.

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Forager’s Gin, Snowdonia

Forager’s Yellow Label Gin was created by the Snowdonia Distillery using Welsh mountain water and locally foraged juniper, sea buckthorn, apple, elderberry, gorse flower and heather. It’s a gin with a real sense of place, a mountainous juniper-driven style, with a fruity sweetness imparted by the apple and elderberry, wild floral notes of gorse and heather.

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Gwyr, The Gower Gin co.

A delicious Welsh gin from The Gower Gin Company, made using a combination of eight botanicals - including juniper, lemon, pink grapefruit, bronze fennel and green fennel. A good balance of savoury and citrus sweetness.

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Liverpool Gin, Valencian Orange

This gin combines Liverpool Gin's highly distinctive blend of organic botanicals and ingredients with the zesty, citrus notes of orange from Valencia.

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Damhilé Seaweed Gin

Designed to complement seafood it is infused with handpicked seaweed from the Celtic coast for three weeks, giving it a lovely light green hue before being triple filtered and bottled.