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Warner Edwards



The craft distilling movement is slowly, but surely gaining traction outside of London and with it fantastic new distilleries are emerging. Created by best friends Sion Edwards and Tom Warner, Warner Edwards Gin is made in a 200-year-old converted barn in Harrington, Northamptonshire.

Warner Edwards Dry Gin - 

Soft on the nose with warm citrus from the orange peel and piney juniper. There’s a touch of juniper on the nose and a good dose to taste. It’s orange forward for sure, but coriander, cardamom and juniper anchor the gin while balancing out the flavour profile. Warner Edwards is a beautifully soft and crazy smooth gin with a sweet and moreish lingering aftertaste. It’s a must try for any gin fan for sure and a constant presence in the Gin Foundry cabinet.

Read our full review here: Warner Edwards Gin

Warner Edwards Elderflower Gin - 

Their second fruit infusion began in the spring of 2013. Using the plants from both owners Tom and Sion’s farm – they meshed the Welsh and English elderflower petals together and added them to their gin mixture after distillation, creating about two thousand bottles of Elderflower infused Gin.

The Warner Edwards Elderflower infused Gin is sugary to taste with the delicate floral notes making their way to the fore as part of a viscous rich gin. It’s not cloying nor sickeningly sweet, the underlying botanicals in the base gin and the 40% ABV prevent it from being a liqueur. Rather it’s a light gin perfect for those looking for something a little different for summer drinks.

Warner Edwards’ Victoria Rhubarb Gin -

The Victoria Rhubarb Gin Warner Edwards have made, takes its eponymous botanical from a farmer who grows it on a crown estate. Originally however, the rhubarb was grown in the gardens of Queen Victoria during the 1800’s.

The result is stunning. On its own, the Victoria Rhubarb Gin has a pleasing acidity and is delightfully light (given it’s still a 40% ABV gin). There are hints of lemon with an earthy sweetness. Unsurprisingly, the rhubarb is BIG, but not at the expense of the underlying gin, which can be uncovered if you take a little time to taste the spirit. It is also undeniable that the base gin plays its part in balancing out the overall flavour. The Victoria Rhubarb Gin makes a ridiculously good Martini too, especially for those just being introduced to this classic cocktail as the soft rhubarb and a touch of sugar really rounds the edges. Add a dash of orange bitters if you make one as the citrus brings out that warm crisp note inherent in both the gin and the rhubarb.

Read our full review here: Warner Edwards Gins

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