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While Warner's produces a wide range of small-batch gins at Falls Farm in Northamptonshire, including lemon balm, elderflower and classic London dry gin, it's their Honeybee gin that has the best story.
Made in partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society to protect British bees, a portion of Warner's profits support the gardening charity's pollinator projects. In 2018, this reached £25,000. This is the first time the Royal Horticultural Society has partnered with a spirit brand. The success of this collaboration suggests it won't be the last.
Warner's Honeybee Gin is crafted with 28 botanicals including lavender, rose, and a dollop of honey from Falls Farm's hives - home to 1.2 million honeybees! To continue supporting honeybees in the future, each bottle comes with a pack of bee-friendly wildflower seeds to plant in your garden. To date, they've gifted an incredible 100,000 wildflower seeds to establish green corridors and support pollinators like butterflies, bees, moths, beetles and bumblebees.
And Warner's environmental efforts don't just stop there. Their water comes from their own farm's spring, over 99% of their ingredients are sourced from British farms including their own where they're self-sufficient for many botanicals, they're members of 1% for the planet and were crowned the Footprint Drinks Sustainability Winner 2019 for their ongoing work on initiatives, education and campaigns supporting bees.
Serve with a splash of Mediterranean tonic water, a slice of lemon or sprig of sage.
Description of Warner Edwards Honeybee Gin
Warner Edwards Honeybee Gin
TASTING NOTES OF Warner Edwards Honeybee Gin:
- Color: Bright yellow.
- Nose: A complex floral bouquet on the nose with sweet honey and subtle spice.
- Taste: The palate is soft and creamy with lavender, rose and hints of grapefruit giving it a little zest. The finish is smooth and enduring with the dry-sweet spice of juniper and elderflower followed by lingering honey.
PRODUCER: Warner Edwards.