Versatile and adaptable, Brighton Gin also works brilliantly as a martini and is exceptional as part of a negroni.
releasing sweet-scented fresh citrus and a touch of spice. The persistent hints of orange make this gin gentle and approachable.
Brighton Gin, whose other botanicals include angelica, lime and milk thistle (well-known for
cleansing the liver - helping you to detox as you tox, so to speak), makes a deeply refreshing G&T - in which instance, we recommend serving it with a slice of orange to bring the fresh orange peel botanical to the fore.
Brighton Gin is created by the first distillery to be granted a license in Brighton and Hove, the Brighton Spirits Company. Described as "gentle and approachable" with "sweet-scented fresh citrus and a touch of spice", the gin's botanicals include angelica, lime and milk thistle. The Brighton Spirits Company was founded by wine and spirits PR Helen Chesshire, radio producer and former publican and restaurateur Kathy Caton, founder of the W J King Brewery and chairman of the Small Batch Coffee Company Nigel Lambe, drinks editor of The Spectator and wine editor of The Field and Boat International Johnny Ray and physicist Dr Ian Barry.View more wines from this producer...
Brighton Gin Rocktail: How traditional Brighton rock is made
The Rocktail: Take a glass - fill to the brim with ice, add 25ml (or more if you prefer your drink stronger!) Brighton Gin, then add 150ml tonic water - we love Fever Tree - then add a good chunk of rock and enjoy. As the rock melts it adds a wonderful minty flavour to the drink. Which sounds weird. But it is really good!Yapp Brothers Videos