Juniper Club Gin

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  • Nut Allergy - Can you drink gin?

    We heard recently of an incident of a nut allergy sufferer reacting to a G&T where the Gin had included almonds in the distillation. 

    This got us thinking that perhaps a list of gins that are distilled without the use of nuts might allow Gin lovers to choose more confidently. 

  • Monmouth Gin - July 2019 Juniper Club Gin of the Month

    Monmouth Gin is The Juniper Club July 2019 Gin of the Month, Monmouth Gin is a traditional London dry style of gin with hints of citrus that come from the barberries, lemon peel and lime leaves. As a rural county, Monmouth has many flora filled hedgerows bordering the gently rolling fields in its undulating valleys and pastures.
  • Blue Angel G&T - The Cornish Captain

    We served this G&T at the recent exclusive Poldark Ball held at Trevince House in Cornwall, there were a range of specially named Gin based drinks for the event and this was a firm favourite. 

    Cornish Rock Blue Angel Gin gets the blue colouring from Gardenia Flowers, first look at the gin doesn't portray what your senses will be wowed with when you smell and taste this gin!

     Deep Juniper with a citrus edge, served with Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic and fresh lime. Outstanding.

    Cornish Rock Blue Angel Gin has rapidly become one of The Juniper Club's most popular Gins. 

    A fantastic Gin for the summer, refreshing but still with the excellent body of juniper flavour. 

     

  • Poldark Ball 2019

    The Juniper Club were delighted to be asked to support the 2019 Poldark Ball held at Trevince House, Cornwall - this fundraising event for the Cornwall Air Ambulance was a stunning event in a Country House attended by select guests and members of the Poldark cast. 
  • St. Patrick's Day - Guinness or Gin-ness?

    Celebrated on 17th March, St Patrick's Day is named after Saint Patrick who reportedly died on this day in AD 461.
     
    St Patrick was born into a wealthy Romano-British family in 385.  His father was a Deacon and his grandfather a priest. According to legend, at the age of 16, Patrick was kidnapped by Irish raiders and taken as a slave to Gaelic Ireland. Here, Patrick spent six years working as a shepherd and during this time found God, who told him to flee to the coast where a ship would be waiting to take him home to England. Having arrived home, Patrick became a priest. 
     
    Patrick later returned to Ireland where he worked to convert the Pagan Irish to Christianity, using the shamrock (a three-leaved plant) to explain the holy trinity.  Patrick's efforts against the Druids were eventually turned into a legend where he drove snakes out of Ireland (there never were any snakes in Ireland!)
     
    Today, St Patrick's Day commemorates St Patrick, the arrival of Christianity in Ireland and celebrates Irish heritage and culture through parades, festivals, ceilidhs and the wearing of green clothing and shamrocks.
     
    Historically, restrictions on eating and drinking alcohol were lifted for the day, which encouraged the tradition of alcohol consumption.  We are honoured to have a great selection of Irish Gin in The Juniper Club Gin Store.  Take a look at our Irish Gin Collection and celebrate St Patrick's Day with an authentic Irish tipple:
     
     
    Fun fact
    St Patrick's day is celebrated around the world and is particularly popular in Amarica and Canada.  In 2009, the Calgary Tower changed its top exterior lights to new green energy efficient bulbs just in time for St Patrick's Day (they were replaced with white energy efficient bulbs one week later).  This was Part of Project Porchlights campaign to raise awareness of environmental concerns. Approximately 210 lights were changed and resembled a Leprechaun's hat.  The change was estimated to save Calgary Tower some $12,000 and reduce greenhouse emissions by 104 tonnes.
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