Up in Lancashire, the folks at Bashall Spirits had a gaze around the moorland surrounding their distillery to find inspiration for this London Dry Gin. It boasts 11 botanicals including cranberry, elderflower and caraway, which represent the native woodland and hedgerow plants found in the Moor Piece Nature Reserve. Hints of sweetness run through this otherwise juniper forward gin, making it a rather good candidate for a Martini.
What the Distillers say:
Inspired by the moorland around our family home in the idyllic village of Bashall Eaves, in Lancashire’s Forest of Bowland.
The unique recipe of 11 botanicals includes cranberry, elderflower and caraway, homage to the native woodland and hedgerow plants found in and around the beautiful Moor Piece Nature Reserve.
This is a smooth juniper-forward gin with a soft sweetness and elegant character, perfect in a variety of drinks from a refreshing G&T to a crisp Martini.
Fragrant citrus sits alongside resinous juniper, hint of liquorice and floral elderflower, with a dash of tart red fruit on the finish.