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by Emily Worth October 03, 2020 1 min read

Join us for our first live and exclusive gin tasting from the comfort of your own home! We are very excited to be joined by Rachel Evans, Director at Staffordshire Distillery who will be in conversation with Peter, our in-house DrinksSmith.

Staffordshire Distillery, based at Overfields Farm near Lichfield is only 14 miles away from our shop at Middleton Hall, so we are thrilled to be championing this local business – and more importantly, their delicious gins!

During this 1 hour tasting you will hear about Rachel's story from how she set the business up through to learning more about the distilling process. Peter will then give a guided tasting of three of Staffordshire Distillery gins including:

  • Distilled Lemon Gin
  • Rhubarb & Ginger Gin
  • Uisge Gin

These gins will be delivered to you before the tasting and you will receive a double measure of each along with a mixer. Feel free to stock up on some garnishes if you want to embellish your serve a little more!

The tasting will be conducted via an online meeting platform, the link to the session will be sent out to the email address you provide.

 


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