Cremorne 1859

Co-founders of the UK based CASK Liquid Marketing Richard Herbert and Stuart Ekins launched their own spirits brand back in 2012. Their first release under the Cremorne 1859 banner was a London Dry gin named Colonel Fox, complete with a fox adorned label created and drawn by artist Charlotte Cory. Charlotte used the year ofContinue reading “Cremorne 1859”

Limited Edition SLOE BLOOM Gin Launches In The UK

The first SLOE BLOOM Gin, from the creator of the premium BLOOM London Dry Gin, has been launched. Master Distiller Joanne Moore has created a new version of her floral BLOOM Gin, using hand-picked sloe berries steeped in the highest quality BLOOM Gin, distilled in a traditional copper pot still.  BLOOM Gin is made inContinue reading “Limited Edition SLOE BLOOM Gin Launches In The UK”


Two brands are credited for the resurgence in British distilling, and one in particular broke a 189 year run and became the first copper-pot based distillery to start-up in London back in 2009 (Beefeater being the last in 1820). So how did Sipsmith come to break this, and more importantly, become a staple in manyContinue reading “Sipsmith”

Sipsmith Distillery Review

Whilst in London, the Sipsmith distillery held an open bar day at their premises as part of London Cocktail Week, and not one to shy away from a chance to try something new and homegrown, I made my way to Ravenscourt Park. Now I have to admit, I’ve never been lucky enough to visit any kind of distillery, so going offContinue reading “Sipsmith Distillery Review”