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Chase Rhubarb and Bramley Apple Gin 700ml

Chase Rhubarb and Bramley Apple Gin 700ml

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Category: Gin
ABV: 40%
Origin: England
Distiller: Chase Distillery

Size: 700ml

PERFECT SERVE
Rhubarb & Bramley Rickey: Simply combine 50ml Chase Rhubarb & Bramley Apple Gin, 20ml lime juice, and 10ml sugar syrup over cubed ice and stir well. Garnish with a thinly sliced apple fan.

ABOUT THIS GIN
Rhubarb & Bramley Apple Gin is carefully crafted by blending our gin with freshly pressed rhubarb and bramley apple juice.

This tangy and tart gin is a perfect blend of fresh rhubarb, Bramley apple and juniper. It pairs perfectly as a G&T with lots of ice, a premium tonic and an apple garnish.

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About Chase Distillery

The business started as a family affair; with Will’s older sons Harry and James working within the business. Harry produced some of the potatoes that were turned into Chase spirits from 300 acres of Herefordshire farmland around the distillery. James worked as a Global Brand Ambassador, educating customers and consumers about Chase distillery and its ethos. We’re a British field to bottle distillery, creating luxury spirits from our farm in Herefordshire. We set up our business in 2008 to challenge the status quo in the white spirits industry. If people are interested in the terroir for their wine or the barrel aging for their whisky, then why shouldn’t they be interested in how their white spirits have been crafted?

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