Nantwich Gin is a London dry gin, developed in honour of the town of Nantwich and its rich history and culture. The North West town in Cheshire is filled with stories from the past, of which the family of founders draw their inspiration from.
The gin is also a celebration of one of Nantwich’s most famous sons, John Gerard, who was a botanist and Royal herbalist in Tudor times. Gerard also wrote what became recognised as the book on plants in the 17th Century. Nantwich Gin's botanicals were chosen with Gerard's herbal garden in mind.
The key botanicals include the traditional "golden trio" of juniper berries, coriander seeds and angelica root, combined with delicate florals such as rose and lavender. Lemon thyme brings a citrus twist to the gin, complimented by punchy cardamom and a lingering finish of pink pepper corns.
The much-loved Nantwich Gin label was kindly designed by local artist Jiri Borsky, who fused an array of traditional Nantwich architecture into one.
Please visit: www.borsky.com/ for more information.
When choosing the bottle, the creators knew that the 'perfect pour' was very important. After testing a range of bottles, the 'Botanic' was selected to be the signature glass of Nantwich Gin.
Since its launch in November 2020, the original London dry has received fantastic feedback from both locals and gin enthusiasts across the U.K. Cheshire Botanicals welcomes you to get in touch, share your thoughts on the gin and spread the word to your friends and families.
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