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LOVE LOCAL Gin-� edi� e


We highlight some of our favourite West Country gins


Drinks..


This mouth-watering gin by Lyme Bay is bursting with the fl avours of pink grapefruit, orange peel and lime. It’s particularly good served over ice or as a refreshing G&T for the summer months.


Papillon Gin is named after the Pearl Bordered Fritillary: an endangered Dartmoor butterfl y that feeds on wild violets. It is distilled with 17 diff erent botanicals, including several prominent Dartmoor fl avours such as gorse, hawthorn and rowan berries, chamomile and specially grown local Devon violets.


Wicked Wolf’s 1869 Lorna Doone Gin has been created to celebrate 150 years of R.D. Blackmore’s epic novel Lorna Doone. It’s unique fl avour truly captures the romance of the moors that inspired it; including the delicate notes of Whortleberry, Heather, Meadowsweet & Vanilla.


Tarquin Gin’s ‘SeaDog’ navy strength gin is so good it even scooped the prestigious title of ‘World’s Best Gin’ in the 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. It is made with 12 diff erent hand selected botanicals, including bittersweet almonds, violets and green cardoman.


Exeter Gin is made with 16 diff erent


botanicals that refl ect the city of Exeter's Roman heritage.


There are the subtle tones of Tarragon,


Basil, Cardamon and Marigold, as well as a light spicy fi nish courtesy of Pink & Black Peppercorns.


Salcombe Gin ‘Mischief’ is a limited-edition gin that has been developed in collaboration with Dorset-based chef and restaurateur, Mark Hix MBE. The spirit contains a subtle anise note from the foraged fennel fl owers balanced by a slightly saline note from samphire.


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