Tasting Notes: The gorse collected from Whitby’s famous moors gives this gin nutty notes and the scent of vanilla. It’s balanced with gooseberry and a hint of fruitiness, with a little honey that really boosts the sweet botanical flavour.
Winemaking Notes: Made using local wild botanicals from the Yorkshire moors, 42% ABV, from Whitby, UK
How to Serve: A classic gin like this tastes perfect on the rocks. A glass full of chunky ice, 50ml of Whitby Gin – Wild Old Tom, and a slice of lemon is all you need for the perfect tipple. To boost the citrus taste, add a flavored tonic, such as Lemon Fever-Tree, and top off with a little fresh mint alongside your lemon slice.
About the Winemaker: After a camping trip to the Outer Hebrides, Whitby Gin’s owners swapped their desks for a distillery to create quality gins that celebrate the North Yorkshire Moors. Signature botanical flavours mark the now award-winning gins that are distilled in ‘Dora-Grace’: a 300L Copper Still.