Hepple Sloe and Hawthorn Gin was inspired by the berries that grow wild on the moorlands surrounding the Hepple distillery. Rested on berries for six months and distilled using their unique Triple Technique. This unusual and intense take of a popular spirit must be tried. With this in mind we have created the Hepple Sloe Gin Hamper to showcase this fantastic local liqueur.
Firstly, we have chosen to include the Elsdon Goats Cheese by Northumberland Cheese Company. The tang and sharpness of the cheese complement the gin beautifully. Next, find a decadent Pheasant Pâté alongside three-seed crackers. Then, we have selected a Seville and Tomato Marmalade by the award winning Lady Waterford Preserves.
Finally, we have added a Rasberry Dark Chocolate, which is handmade by Artisan Chocolatier, North Chocolate. Furthermore, this delicious dark bar holds it’s own against the kindred herbaceous flavours of the gin.
In sum, the Hepple Sloe Gin Hamper is a a fantastic gift choice for any lover of gin. A perfect option not only at Christmas but for any special occasion.
Looking for something different? Take a look at The Sloe Gin & Chocolate Box.
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