• St. David's Day

    Celebrated on the 1st of March, St. David’s Day is named after Saint David who reportedly died on this day in 601.

    The Patron Saint of Wales was born towards the end of the 5th Century and founded a Monastic Community in The Vale of Roses, where St. David’s Cathedral now sits.

    Although St. David’s Day is not an official public holiday, not for lack of trying, it is strongly supported in Wales and by Welsh Groups throughout the world, synonymous with the Daffodil and the Leek portraying all things Welsh.

    Also the first official day of Spring the Daffodil is the perfect symbol to highlight the start of flowering in the gardens and hedgerows and the promise of warmer, longer days to come.

    We are honoured to have a great selection of Welsh Gin in The Juniper Club Gin Store, take a look at our Welsh line up....


  • Commonwealth Games 2018

    The Commonwealth Games is an international multi-sport event involving athletes from the Commonwealth nations.  During the 21st Games being held in Australia's Gold Coast, 5,000  athletes will compete in more than 18 different sports and more than 275 events. 

    The Games were first held in 1930 in Hamilton, Ontario and have taken place every four years since (except during World War 2).  Canadian triple jumper, Gordon Smallacombe, won the first ever gold medal in the history of the games. 

    The Games were known as the British Empire Games from 1930-1950, the British Empire and Commonwealth Games from 1954-1966 and the British Commonwealth Games from 1970-1974. 

    Nine Nations have hosted the Commonwealth Games; that's 18 cities in seven countries. Australia has hosted the most Games - five in 1938, 1962, 1982, 2006 and 2018, whilst Canada has hosted four times - 1930, 1953, 1978 and 1994.

    Auckland (1950 and 1990) and Edinburgh (1970 and 1986) are the only two cities to have hosted the Games twice. 

    Only six countries have attended every Commonwealth Games, Australia, Canada, England, New Zealand, Scotland and Wales. Australia has been the highest achieving team on 12 occasions, England seven and Canada one.

    Although there are 53 members of the commonwealth nations, 71 teams participate in the Commonwealth Games, as a number of dependent territories compete under their own flags.

    The four Home Nations of the United Kingdom - England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales also send separate teams.  Who will you be supporting out on the sunny Gold Coast?  

    Have a look at some of our Home Nations and Australian gins here

  • Forager's G&T

    Our March 2017 Gin of the Month is the fantastic Forager's Gin - Yellow Label from Snowdonia Distillery. Grab yourself a glass, add a generous pour of Forager's Gin over ice, top with Fever Tree Indian Tonic and a fresh slice of crisp red apple. 


  • Da Mhile Botanical Gin & Tonic

     Serve Da Mhile Botanical Gin with Ice, Indian Tonic and a couple of sprigs of Samphire.


  • A Welsh G&T for St. Davids Day

    Using the beautiful Pollination Gin distilled with botanicals from the Dyfi Biospehere in the foothills of Snowdonia, add a generous pour of Pollination Gin to ice and a shard of lemon peel and a few bruised Juniper Berries, top up with quality tonic and serve with a sprig of mint.


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