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Raisthorpe Oak Aged Dry Gin

Regular Price: £43.50

Special Price £34.80

Distilled in the traditional way using Yorkshire Wold spring water, Raisthorpe's Oak Aged Gin has a unique botanical recipe which is rested in Oak barrels, giving the spirit a smooth and mellow flavour with hints of spice, pepper and Juniper.

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Raisthorpe Manor Fine Foods began as an accompaniment to Raisthorpe Flyers, providing homemade raspberry gin for guests at elevenses. The popularity of the drink grew and in 2008 the company was set up, creating homemade gins and liqueurs out of the farmhouse kitchen. The business continued to grow and with thanks to funding from RDPE via Yorkshire Forward now operates from a brand new factory facility in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds.

 From there their products have gone on to win numerous awards and two of the liqueurs are currently being used in the cocktail bars of Harvey Nichols nationwide.

 All their products contain only the finest ingredients (locally sourced where possible) created using traditional methods to create their delicious ranges.

The newest addition to the Raisthorpe collection is Yorkshire gin. The collection includes a Distilled Gin and an Oak-Aged Gin produced using water from of the 'gypsey Race' which is a chalk stream that runs under the garden at Raisthorpe Manor.

Distilled in the traditional way using Yorkshire Wold spring water, Raisthorpe's Oak Aged Gin has a unique botanical recipe which is rested in Oak barrels, giving the spirit a smooth and mellow flavour with hints of spice, pepper and Juniper.

Style:

Oak Aged Gin

Key Botanicals:

Undisclosed.

Perfect Serve:

Light tonic garnished with a lemon twist.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Name Raisthorpe Oak Aged Dry Gin
Country England
Region Malton, North Yorkshire
ABV% 42%
Size 700ml
Dietary Information No
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