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Winston Churchill once said, “Gin & Tonic has saved more Englishmen’s lives and minds, than all the doctors in the Empire.” Now, whilst we couldn’t possibly validate this statement we do agree that Gin & Tonic is an absolute must! We like to follow the simple mantra of ‘Eat, sleep, gin, repeat!’ Kudos.

Boë Violet Gin

You're Turning Violet!

We couldn’t be more excited to welcome the violet flavoured gin by Boë Scottish Gins as part of our new drinks menu which goes live on the 4 September. The award-winning Boe Scottish Gin is infused with violets to create its distinctive, delicious taste. The aromatic flavoured gin has a light, delicate taste that is partnered with a beautiful colour and aroma: The perfect balance of style and substance!

The violet gin is designed to be enjoyed with tonic, in a cocktail or with a mixer. We can’t wait to sample all the ways to enjoy the Boë Violet Gin!

Get ready to meet you new favourite drink on the 4 September, we can't wait to hear what’s your favourite way to enjoy violet gin!

We'll Gin To That!

As a modern British country pub, we are proud to support and stock a wide range of the very best gin Britain has to offer. From contemporary flavours like Warner Edwards Rhubarb to traditional  favourites such as Gordon’s, Tanqueray and Bombay Sapphire, there’s something for everyone in our British Gin Parlour.

From naturally sweet gins infused with natures finest of pure honey and a dollop of golden nectar from hives in Harrington to intensely smooth aromas with hints of blueberry and orange you’re sure to find the gin for you in our drinks menu.

Why not mix it up a bit and try one of our delicious gin twists? They are all served with a double measure of gin and are certain to help start the celebrations off in style!

Fever Tree Gin & Tonic

For The Love Of Gin

Ever wondered how you can take your G&T to the next level? Take a look at our premium Fever-Tree tonics Did you know: Fever Tree Indian tonics use botanical oils, spring water and quinine of the highest quality from the ‘fever trees’ of the Eastern Congo to create their distinctive flavour?


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