A rather cool looking Old Tom Gin from the Poetic License distillery in Sunderland. Theyve used rose petals in their botanical mix to create a unique take on this traditional style of gin, as well as lending a rose gold hue to its colour.
This time round Professor Cornelius Ampleforth has prodoced a sweeter gin, Old Tom gins are traditionally used for the use of Cocktails, providing that all important sweetness from the spirit element in your drink. This style of gin was very popular many years ago in England, the Tom colloins cocktail also took its name from this styled gin. Dont forget this gin does make a rat…
An old tom expression from the Makar Gin range by The Glasgow Distillery Company. This is an old fashioned, sweeter style gin that goes down rather nicely when garnished with lemon peel and a slice of plum.
Hayman is a family company with history dating back to 1863. The original family company was bought by James Burrough, who is the great grandfather of Chairman Christopher Hayman. James Burrough Limited consisted of a Fine Alcohols Division and a Drinks Division with a portfolio of Gin and Vodkas – most notably Beefeater Gin. Christopher Hayman inherited his passion of Gin dist…