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Waterton's Reserve Yorkshire Rhubarb Fruit Gin

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Waterton's Reserve Yorkshire Rhubarb Fruit Gin
£37.50

Inspired by Yorkshire’s rhubarb triangle, the foraged fruits of the British hedgerow, the mulberries of King James I and the peculiar origins of a 19th Century nursery rhyme.


A fruit-rich gin with British rhubarb, apple and heaps of hedgerow leaves & berries.


Enjoy in a classic tonic or ginger ale with an orange twist and raspberries.


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Waterton's Reserve Gin is inspired by the district's history.

Local and forgotten crops, the botanical gardens of Nostell, and Wakefield’s very own Victorian period Yorkshire explorer & conservationist Charles Waterton.

Their exquisite gin collection is born from a collaboration of talent from Yorkshire itself and has been contributed to by the gin-soaked team of Wakefield Beer Exchange and their gin-loving friends and patrons!

Using only the finest ingredients, good old Yorkshire water and time they love what they do.

Gin is crafted in very, very small batches by artisan gin distiller David Owens. It is distilled from a delightful and truly original recipe that the folk of Wakefield and the wider West Riding can really chirp about.

Based in Darton, between Wakefield & Barnsley.

Inspired by Yorkshire’s rhubarb triangle, the foraged fruits of the British hedgerow, the mulberries of King James I and the peculiar origins of a 19th Century nursery rhyme.

Crafted in very, very small batches in a traditional alembic copper pot still at the heart of Yorkshire’s Old West Riding.

Tasting Notes
A fruit-rich gin with British rhubarb, apple and heaps of hedgerow leaves & berries.

Enjoy in a classic tonic or ginger ale with an orange twist and raspberries.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Name Waterton's Reserve Yorkshire Rhubarb Fruit Gin
Country England
Region Darton, South Yorkshire
ABV% 40%
Size 700ml
Dietary Information No
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