Produced in Huddersfield, this gin takes its inspiration from Castle Hill. This Huddersfield landmark is in direct view from the small distillery.
Castle Hill dates back over 4000 years, with evidence of settlers from the neolithic period (4000 – 2500 BC) first taking residence. The peak of Castle Hill is now crowned with Victoria Tower, laid down by Mr John Frenchville Ramsden on the 25th June 1899 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Queen Victoria’s reign.
Juniper, blood orange, orange, raspberry, cinnamon.
On the nose this gin is very inviting with aromas of fresh juicy oranges and a zing of raspberry and gives a light and refreshing taste leading to a sweet finish.
Light tonic garnished a slice of orange and some raspberries.