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Penrhos Handcrafted Gin & The Gin Guide

The Gin Guide
Penrhos London Dry
Penrhos London Dry Gin

We are so thrilled to be a member of ‘The Gin Guide’ which was launched back in 2014 by spirits writer Paul Jackson. Paul’s mission is to enable consumers to find new gins, distilleries and different ways to enjoy gin. Paul now has one of the largest gin communities with over 98,000 followers online. We are so pleased with his wonderful review and look forward to working with Paul in 2021.Make sure you follow him @theginguide for amazing gin inspo!

The Gin Guide Review

Penrhos Gin delivers a wealth of uplifting floral aromas and flavours that instantly brings to mind the blooming trees of spring. Layered on a light and classic core of traditional botanicals are floral rose, hibiscus and cherry blossom, while cinnamon, cardamom and chamomile give soft and complementary depth. A subtle touch of honey balances and mingles with pink pepper to add further character, moving into the light and floral finish with a hint of liquorice. It’s a fragrant and flavoursome gin that carries its flavour very well in a Gin & Tonic, with pink grapefruit or mint making an ideal garnish for starting points.Paul Jackson, 2020

Penrhos Gin G&T

 


How to serve the ultimate Penrhos G&T

Fill a glass full of ice

 

50ML Penrhos Handcrafted Gin

 

Top up with Indian Tonic 

 

Garnish with frozen blueberries

 

Most importantly, relax & enjoy…..

 

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Why do we make Copper Distilled gin?

27.07.20

INTRODUCING THE MAGIC BEHIND THE SCENES AT PENRHOS

If you have been lucky enough to see our amazing still you will know that it is absolutely stunning and we are still amazed by its beauty nearly two years on. 

 

When we embarked on our distilling journey it became apparent that many distilleries like to name their still. With a lot of discussion and thought we arrived on the name ‘Connie‘ for our still. Connie was the name of Dickie’s Grandmother who used to rear calves in the shed when Dickie was a child, so it seemed the perfect choice for our still which now holds the space in the converted cattle shed.  

 

Our still Connie holds more than just beauty and the copper plays an essential role in the process of making our Penrhos Gin. Stills can be made of many materials such as, aluminum, iron and stainless steel. However, we find that copper is the very best for one reason… TASTE.

 

In simple terms, the copper helps to remove any impurities that are created during the distillation process. The unwanted aromas and flavours stick to the copper and are removed, rather than into your gin meaning you are able to enjoy a super smooth London Dry gin! 

Copper Still
Apple & Elderflower gin

TO CELEBRATE CONNIE WE WILL BE DOING 10% OFF THIS WEEKEND WITH THE CODE ‘CONNIE10’ 

HAPPY DRINKING!