Caspyn Midsummer Dry Gin
THE YOUNGER BROTHER.
Evocative of those long, lazy summer days spent with family and friends. Thirst-quenching and invigorating. Serve with quality tonic, mint and cucumber.
A refreshing take on the Cornish Dry. Designed to amplify those hot, long summer days spent in the sun with family and friends.
We’ve taken our Caspyn Cornish Dry and infused it with fresh English cucumbers. Our Midsummer Gin has a slight green hint to it from the natural ingredients being used (no sign of essences being used here!), yet still has all the hall-marks of the Cornish Dry Gin but with added extra earthy notes.
It is a mellow, refreshing drink. Perfectly served with good tonic water and slice of cucumber and / or mint for an extra fresh zing.
40% Alc/Vol 70CL
Pocketful Of Stones supply hand crafted spirits, distilled with passion in Penzance, Cornwall.
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They abandoned the crowds of London for the wilds of Cornwall and are pouring all that experience into Pocketful of Stones.
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