GOOD TIMES WITH GREENALL’S – A GREAT BRITISH GIN SPONSORS GREAT BRITISH RACING
Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin, was proud to announce their involvement with The Jockey Club this year – a GreatBritish Gin sponsoring Great British Racing.
An unbelievable 80% of racegoers go to the races to have a good day out, its as much about the sociability and ambience of the day as the horses.
Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin wanted to introduce a younger audience to the delights of drinking a world class gin. Greenall’s has been crafted in one of England’s oldest gin distilleries for more than 250 years and is recognised as the original London Dry Gin. The gin continues to be distilled using the same secret recipe which has been handed down through only seven master distillers. The Master Distiller uses eight unique botanicals to give a classic London Dry gin with rich juniper notes, balanced with mature citrus and spice.
You might also like to know that the current Master Distiller is Joanne Moore, the World’s First Female Master Gin Distiller. She has overseen the expansion of the Greenall’s brand to include Greenall’s Sloe Gin and Greenall’s Wild Berry Gin and has launched three new gins – BLOOM Gin, Opihr Oriental Spiced Gin and Berkeley Square London Dry Gin – since she took up her role in 2006. Joanne has just been make Warden Rectifier of The Gin Guild last night.
Gin cocktails are the Summer choice of drink and will be enjoyed at the racecourses of Espom Downs, Haydock Park and Newmarket as well as the bars and clubs around Great Britain. And the great news is that even if your horse doesn’t come in at Saturday’s Derby, you stand a chance of winning anyway.
There are two Greenall’s Hampers up for grabs! Each will contain: 1 x bottle of Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin, 1 x bottle of Greenall’s Wild Berry Gin and 1 x bottle of Greenall’s Sloe Gin. Perfect for making your own Summer Cocktails.
Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin, which can be found in most good supermarkets (price £15.49), last year launched Greenall’s Sloe Gin and Greenall’s Wild Berry Gin – the first new additions to the range for over 250 years. Greenall’s has been distilling fine gin since 1761 and these two new varieties are the biggest innovation in its long history.
Following the traditional British flavour of sloe berries for Greenall’s Sloe Gin. Greenall’s eight unique botanicals, with their rich juniper notes and mature citrus and spice, combine with the sloes to create a warming drink perfect for winter drinking. Available in Tesco and Sainsbury’s, price £16.00.
The inspiration for Greenall’s Wild Berry came from blackberries growing in English hedgerows, combined with ripe raspberries which were infused in award-winning Greenall’s Gin to give a vibrant, fruity taste, which is versatile and works well in cocktails. Available in Tesco and Morrisons, price £15.50.
To be in with a chance all you need to do is answer this simple question by commenting below, then follow the rafflecopter through!
Which gin is the Official Gin of The Jockey Club?
a) Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin
c) Fairy Liquid