Warner Edwards extends line with elderflower gin

warner edwards elderflower ginWarner Edwards, one of Britain’s newest artisan gins, has begun extending its line of spirits with the introduction of a limited-edition elderflower gin.

The distillery is producing only 2,200 bottles of the new spirit, made with elderflowers harvested by hand on the farm in the village of Harrington in Northamptonshire where the distillery is based.

The original Harrington Dry Gin was launched less than a year ago, made with 11 botanicals including home-grown elderflower, and went on to win a Silver Medal in the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC).

Tom Warner, co-founder of Warner Edwards, said: “The IWSC Silver Medal coming so soon after launching and the introduction of our new elderflower gin make it a really exciting time for the company.”

Sion Edwards, co-founder of Warner Edwards, added: “The recognition of the IWSC is a great endorsement of the work we’ve been doing and we’re delighted to be using that expertise to be extending our range for the first time.”

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