New Place Edition Mulberry Gin Available to Buy Now

New Place
New Place Edition Mulberry Gin - Available to Buy Now We are delighted to announce that the Special 'New Place Edition' of our Mulberry Gin, made using the mulberries from the trees of the great garden of Shakespeare's New Place, has turned out to be a great success!    We steeped the fruit in our award winning Stratford Gin for about 2 months and the result has been delicious,...
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Stratford Gin is Outstanding, it’s official!

Silver Outstanding 2017 for Stratford Gin
We are thrilled and excited to announce that we have been awarded a 'Silver Outstanding' medal by the 2017 International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC) for our Stratford Gin. Founded in 1969, the IWSC is considered to be the most prestigious competition of its kind in the world with the awards being among some of the highest honours in the drinks industry; each spirit is&nbs...
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BBC Countryfile Live 2017

BBC Countryfile Live 2017
We are excited to have a stand in the Food and Drink market area of BBC Countryfile Live 2017, 3-6th August 2017.  We shall be serving our famous Stratford Gin Slushies, together with G&T's and Mulberry Gin Fizz cocktails for visitors to enjoy as they walk around the show. You will also be able to sample our gins and buy a bottle or gift to take home! The event takes place betw...
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Mulberry Gin

Mulberry Gin
We are super excited to announce the second product from Shakespeare Distillery, Mulberry Gin. Mulberry Gin is made by combining Mulberries with Stratford Gin and leaving them to steep for several months before decanting and bottling. The result is a deep rich fruity Gin ideal for sipping or using in cocktails. Mulberries are one of those fruits that you will never see in the supermarket as ...
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Shakespeare and Mulberries

Mulberry Tree
Shakespeare very famously planted a Mulberry tree in the gardens of his home ‘New Place’ in Stratford upon Avon following instruction from the palace in 1609 that all landowners should plant them in the hope of promoting a native silk industry. Fortunately for us the wrong variety of trees were imported, instead of the white Mulberry which silkworms feed on they had imported black Mulberry trees. ...
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