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Business Profile - Hunters Cheshire Gin

PUBLISHED: 11:12 16 May 2014 | UPDATED: 20:53 06 November 2017

Hunters Cheshire Gin

Hunters Cheshire Gin


Whether you fancy a refreshing cocktail on a summer afternoon, the perfect gin and tonic or a cosy winter warmer, you’re sure to find the perfect mix with Hunters Cheshire Gin.

This unique London Dry Gin is a top quality spirit made with natural botanicals including juniper berries, citrus peel and coriander seeds, although the exact recipe remains a closely guarded secret.

Hunters Gin truly has its heart in Cheshire. Some of the apples within the botanical mix are sourced from the company founder’s very own orchard and the historic Norton Priory Gardens, home to one of Cheshire’s oldest known orchards.

Quality is of the utmost importance to Hunters, so the Master Distiller is responsible for checking each individual batch distillation, selecting the finest few that will bear the Hunters name.

This attention to detail and commitment to creating the best possible gin with the finest ingredients available is what makes Hunters Cheshire Gin so special.

What’s more, Hunters has a very broad palate, so can be enjoyed in a range of drinks, from the potent String Bag to the sweet Truly Hunters.

To enjoy the String Bag, simply mix a 50ml measure of Hunters with very dry Manzanilla Sherry and a twist of lemon juice before serving in an iconic martini glass.

For a sweeter taste, you could try the Truly Hunters cocktail. Add plenty of ice to a tall glass with 50ml of Hunters Cheshire Gin, a splash of elderflower cordial and top up with fresh pressed apple juice for a refreshing summer drink.

Find out more about Hunters Cheshire Gin on the website www.huntersgin.com or follow @huntersgin on Twitter for the latest news.


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