Released in partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society to protect our pollinators, Warner's (formerly Warner Edwards) Honeybee Gin is crafted with 28 botanicals, including lavender, rose and a dollop of honey from our farm’s own beehives. For a perfect G&T, serve our Honeybee Gin with Fever-Tree Mediterranean tonic water, garnish with a slice of lemon or fresh sage leaves, then raise a glass with us: to craft, to the land, to laughter, and loved ones. 43% ABV. Please note that you may receive a bottle with Warner Edwards or Warner's on the front label, but rest assured they are both the same delicious liquid! About This Gin We have our own beehives on Falls Farm, along with our very own on-site beekeeper and collected our first Honey Harvest in August 2017. You can come and visit our Apiary on Falls Farm, where we house our bees, whilst on our Tour. Every bottle of Honeybee Gin has a dollop of honey from our own beehives on Falls Farm. Watch our first ever Honey Harvest video here. Each bottle of our Honeybee Gin comes with a packet of wildflower seeds so that you can plant your own bee-friendly garden and help us to save the bees. If you’re new to gardening and not sure how to plant your seeds, don’t worry: watch our Easy Guide to Planting video here. Our partnership with the RHS is the first time this national gardening charity has partnered with a spirit brand, and a percentage of the proceeds from each bottle is donated to support their pollinator projects. Our work together includes a series of exciting sustainability and conservation initiatives across the country, which we have connected to our wider plans to give back to the world around us. Warner's Honeybee Gin Partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) At Warner’s, we try to give back more than we take: re-sow, replant, rebuild. In the past year, we have sown over 5 acres of wildflower meadows near our home in Northamptonshire, with plans to plant more in the coming months. We are also working to engage local land owners in conservation initiatives and catchment sensitive farming practices. Our Conservation and Sustainability Manager and beekeeper, Jonny, is running some exciting initiatives with local colleges and beekeepers to promote the protection of our pollinators around Northamptonshire and the UK. © The Royal Horticultural Society 2017. Manufactured under licence granted by the Royal Horticultural Society. Registered Charity No 222879/SC038262 Tasting Notes Nose: A complex floral bouquet on the nose with sweet honey and subtle spice. Palate: The palate is soft and creamy with lavender, rose and hints of grapefruit giving it a little zest Finish: The finish is smooth and enduring with the dry-sweet spice of juniper and elderflower followed by lingering honey.
|Ingredients||A dollop of fresh honey from our beehives, juniper, coriander seed, elderflower, cardamom, nutmeg, cinnamon, angelica root, orange peel, lemon peel, rose petal, chamomile flowers, rosemary, sage leaf, fresh root ginger, star anise, hibiscus flower, blue cornflower petals, quince, dried grapefruit peel, fresh lime peel, lavender, plus a few a secret ingredients…|
|Shelf Life||12 months|