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This global award winning Harrington Dry Gin is truly sophisticated with a well-rounded and complex palate. Its unique character and strong notes of cardamom and nutmeg make it intensely warm and smooth, a true pioneer in its class. Robust enough to create a moreish and refreshing gin and tonic but smooth enough to sing in a martini.
The gin is hand-crafted from a 200 year old barn on Falls Farm in the picturesque village of Harrington, Northamptonshire. WE distil a range of small batch, fantastically smooth, award winning gins using the farm’s natural spring water, grain spirit and home-grown ingredients. Each batch is small, and every single bottle is handcrafted by them, from the filling to the wax seal and label finishing.
The dream had always been to set up a business on the farm and produce a product that was farm-made, hand finished and steeped in provenance. The original idea of distilling essential oils quickly turned to distilling spirits and creating bespoke flavours using the farm and its hedgerow botanicals. Their craft distillery was born on the 6th December 2012 when they sold their first bottle.
The village of Harrington is said to be 'built on rock and water', with natural springs in abundance across Falls Farm. The top fields of the farm are a scheduled monument recognised by English Heritage and were once the park and gardens of a medieval manor house, complete with the remains of monastic fish ponds. The water used in the distillation of the gin is from a spring 300 metres from the distillery.
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