Sunday, 24 November 2019

Are you ready to be tickled pink by rhubarb gin?



The latest entry to the crowded Australian spirits market is Warner's, the UK’s No.1 super-premium gin brand.

Since being launched in 2012, Warner’s has helped pioneer the craft gin movement and the current pink gin craze. It released the UK’s first rhubarb gin in 2014, leading to a plethora of copycat products.

I sampled the Warner's Rhubarb Gin this weekend - and found it delicious.

Led by husband and wife, Tom Warner and Tina Warner-Keogh, Warner’s is the largest independent gin brand in the UK. The farm-born company creates its nine gins on-site in a 200-year-old barn on Falls Farm in Harrington, Northamptonshire, which has been in the family for generations and is still operated as a cattle farm by Tom’s father.

Falls Farm is home to six acres of botanical gardens, many of which are harvested and distilled fresh.

Every bottle of their gin is born on the farm and distilled in small batches before being filled, labelled and sealed by hand.The family draw water from their own spring for every distillation, grow many of their botanicals and collect fresh honey from their own beehives.

Despite being only a recent arrival, Warner's currently has 23.5% of the UK super-premium gin market and is legally confirmed as inventors of Rhubarb Gin (34% of each bottle is pure rhubarb juice) .

Warner’s Gins are available exclusively in Dan Murphy's stores priced at $69.90 for Warner's Rhubarb Gin and  $67.90 for Warner's London Dry Gin. 



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