Here’s a glorious Great British gin, born out of grit, determination and a can-do entrepreneurial spirit. It’s crafted on the Chase family farm from their own King Edward, Lady Claire and Lady Rosetta potatoes. Deliciously dry, it makes a great G&T.
After launching a highly successful crisp brand (Tyrrells), potato farmer Will Chase was growing restless. On a trip to the States he chanced upon a boutique distillery making craft vodka from their home grown potatoes. So on his return to the UK, he set about establishing the Chase Distillery. After successfully launching Chase Vodka, the family turned their attention to gin, using the same raw spirit that goes into the vodka. To make Chase GB Gin, 10 carefully selected botanicals are stuffed into a pillowcase and placed in the still head where the flavours infuse into the vapours passing through. This method and their large combination of aromatic ingredients create a refreshing, floral gin. If only every farm shop was like theirs.
"What could be more British than a G&T made with a Great British gin distilled from British spuds?"
Jehan Sacaze Buyer of Spirits
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