The Lakes Gin Collection
Inspired by the majestic Lake District National Park, our classic English gin is a showcase of exquisite taste, discerning sourcing and an exacting process of elimination. With a long, slow and gentle distillation in our traditional copper pot still, it is an exceptionally smooth London dry style gin, designed to stand the test of time.
Using only a select few botanicals, we achieve flavour precision, ensuring every nuance is pitch perfect and crystal clear on the palate. Less is more.
We source only the best ingredients, always ensuring consistency of flavour and year-round freshness. The same botanicals are the preferred choice of perfumers and chefs seeking to create the perfect aroma and taste experiences.
We infuse our unique botanical blend in the finest British wheat spirit and the purest water drawn from our Lake District National Park home in a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Juniper, coriander and angelica provide our gin’s flavour cornerstones. Orris root, cassia bark and liquorice offer complementary flavours with orange and lemon peel enhancing our gin’s citrus notes.
By steeping the botanicals overnight like loose-leaf tea, they interact freely with the warm spirit to encourage the essential oils to release more slowly, protecting their delicate nature. The traditional copper pot still then runs slow and long to extract the maximum amount of flavour.
A classic English gin with vibrant notes of juniper, cracked black pepper and orange peel. Gently distilled with the luxury of time for exceptional smoothness. Simply beautiful.
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