The Chase family farm is in Herefordshire, a county that boasts some of the richest farmland in the world. On the farm they grow King Edward, Lady Claire and Lady Rosetta potatoes.
Having the distillery located on the farm allows them to keep a watchful eye over how the potatoes and apples move from field to bottle. It's this field to bottle approach that makes Chase different, something you can taste in their award-winning spirits.
Chase believe in a truly sustainable approach to farming and creating spirits, which is why they let nothing go to waste. Chase generate their own energy from an on site bio-boiler, Huxley; which is powered using the prunings from the apple orchards, all of the potato waste goes to fertilise the fields or feed the farms herd of pedigree Hereford cattle, and wherever possible, the fresh ingredients used in Chase's products are sourced on site, on the family farm or from local Herefordshire suppliers. As farmers at heart, Chase value the countryside, every inch of it, from field to bottle.
Chase's GB Gin was Britain's first Single-Estate Gin and has been designed with the G&T in mind. Juniper buds and berries are added to Chase Vodka in the belly of their copper carter head style still, Ginny, for the driest finish. Then wild botanical infusions of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, almond, coriander, cardamom, cloves, liquorice and lemon give our one-of-a-kind gin its distinctive flavour. Voted double gold and best in class at the San Francisco spirits competition 2016.
Juniper bud, juniper berries, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, almond, coriander, cardamom, cloves, liquorice and lemon.
Nose: The aroma is fittingly juniper forward with warm spicy notes of cinnamon and nutmeg.
Palate: The palate is dry and full-bodied with a citrus quality with spice at the back, followed by a large helping of juniper.
Finish: The finish retains that ever present spiciness but with a refreshing touch of citrus zest and a hint of apple.
Premium tonic garnished with a slice of ginger and a lime wedge.