£6.00 – £35.00
Deliciously tangy pink rhubarb juice produces a punchy fruit gin which is not over sweetened, so you still taste the tartness of the rhubarb.
Rhubarb, commonly used to cure ailments in Tudor times, has since become a British favourite. We press the fruit to extract fresh Rhubarb juice and blend it with our award-winning Stratford Dry Gin to produce a deliciously sweet and tangy gin. Unlike many others, our Rhubarb Gin is not over sweetened, so you still taste the tartness of the rhubarb complementing the full-strength gin, allowing it to stand up very well to a mixer.
We are proud that this is a completely natural product, whilst we filter the product it still may contain small amounts of Rhubarb sediment and it will change colour over time, however this will not affect its flavour. To prolong the pink hue store in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight.
Gin comes supplied as bottle only, or with Shakespeare Distillery gift box, depending on the option selected.
Delicious paired with Ginger Ale and a slice of orange or lime.
Or why not try in a spritz, with equal measures of Rhubarb Gin and Aperol, a drizzle of rhubarb syrup and topped with soda. Finish with a slice of orange.
at Shakespeare Distillery
When producing our Gin, all operations are performed within the distillery. We don’t outsource any of the process to another company, ensuring quality and control is maintained by us.
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The quality ingredients that make our gin
To make our gin we use authentic Tudor garden botanicals including rose, lemon balm, sage, rosemary and old English lovage fused with the more familiar juniper, coriander and lemon peel.
With Stratford Gin we employ the ‘London Dry’ method of production, nothing can be added to the Gin other than the flavours imparted during distillation. For an added challenge and to ensure we really can say that we have created a handcrafted product we do this using the single shot method, meaning all the ingredients required to make one batch of gin are added in at the same time. We don’t make a concentrate and blend this down to get the flavour we want. This means we need to put the same love, attention and passion into every batch to ensure they each have a consistent delicious flavour.