Gin-based Christmas gifts are just the tonic

It’s always good to be able to find that Christmas gift that’s a little bit different, whether it’s for a family member or a ‘thank you’ to a member of your team. Internationally acclaimed Salcombe Distilling Co. may

just have the answer with its luxury gift collection, including multi award-winning Salcombe Gin ‘Start Point’, limited edition Voyager series gin, beautiful Copa glass and miniature gift sets as well as gift vouchers to the Salcombe Gin School. Adhering to the exacting London Dry standard, and harbouring distinct notes of red grapefruit, along with the heady, earthy pine notes of the finest Macedonian juniper, Salcombe Gin ‘Start Point’ is the perfect balance of aromas and flavours with an amazing fresh, lingering finish. This exceptional gin can be enjoyed on its own over ice, is flawless in a Martini and makes the ultimate ‘Salcombe & Tonic’. It also plays the starring role in festive cocktails such as the St Nicholas, which includes Christmas pudding, and the Christmas GINgle. For a real gin lover’s treat, how about a gift voucher for the 'ultimate gin experience' where the recipient

can learn about distillation and take charge of a mini copper still to develop and distil their very own 70cl bottle of gin! For a really special gift look no further than the limited

edition ‘Arabella’ gin - the inaugural release from new Salcombe Gin Voyager series. Named after one of the famous Salcombe fruit schooners - and developed in collaboration with Michael Caines MBE, of Lympstone Manor this gin has a backbone of traditional juniper, English coriander seed, fresh citrus peels and warming spices, layered with almonds and green cardamom - even the bottle is unique with its white ceramic with an embossed copper stopper. Salcombe Gin is exhibiting at The Spirit of Christmas

at Olympia (29 October - 4 November) and Exeter Christmas markets (15 November - 16 December), showcasing all that’s best in the South West’s blossoming food and drink scene.

Visit: ‘Learn about

distillation and take charge of a mini copper still’

20 Chamber Profile September/October 2018

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