A range of gins celebrating the Victorian gin-making era has been launched in the UK.
Spirits producers in the EU will “achieve much more” if they follow a new strategy to focus on building exports outside the continent, a market report has claimed.
Gin rations and recreating the Battle of Waterloo at the dinner table, even 200 years after the event this pivotal moment in history never fails to fascinate.
This week db HK sampled cocktails on the 118th floor, the “world’s oldest” gin recipe, delicious dim sum with gold leaf and attended a Cava and Champagne blind tasting.
This Saturday is World Gin Day, so we thought it was only right to round-up the best bars in London in which to toast the event with a perfectly shaken Martini.
In the lead up to World Gin Day, spirits experts have recreated what is thought to be the world’s earliest recorded gin recipe dating back to 1495.
With 140 million bottles of British gin being exported a year, the government, suppliers and the industry’s largest trade body have teamed up to promote the category further.
Waitrose has seized on the UK’s current gin boom, almost doubling its range in the last 12 months and reporting a 7% year-on-year sales increase.
Portobello Road Gin has embarked on a major expansion drive just four years after it was founded as the brand seeks to build on strong sales in the UK and abroad.
Identity Drinks, a new distributor focussing on “high quality spirits brands” that are looking for rapid growth in the UK, is preparing to launch in May.
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