Chase Distillery adds to gin portfolio

Chase Distillery has added Rhubarb and Bramley Apple Gin to its portfolio.

The spirit for the gin is distilled from potatoes grown on Chase’s Herefordshire farm, and it boasts 10 botanicals including juniper buds and berries, coriander, clove, ginger and cardamom, sourced from partners around the world.

To create the new variant, the producer’s gin is blended with locally sourced cold press English rhubarb, and Bramley apples picked from the orchards around the Chase farm.

James Chase, global brand ambassador, said: “Our new Rhubarb and Bramley Apple Gin is eponymous with the flavours and seasonality of the English countryside. It is a perfect meeting of Chase’s signature juniper-led GB gin with a tart and sweet rhubarb and apple crumble with a hint of cinnamon.”

In 2008 William Chase embarked on the ambitious journey of distilling vodka and then gin from the potatoes grown on his family farm in Herefordshire, to embody what it calls a ‘Farm to Bottle’ ethos.

The newcomer joins other flavours in the range such as Pink Grapefruit & Pomelo Gin and Seville Marmalade Gin. 

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