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Hill Billy Red Gin

The journey to date has included lots of research, development and tasting with input from many talented local food and drink heroines and hero’s. One of the key areas they have been working on is the maceration process, where the organic alcohol reacts with the chosen botanicals to create a unique smooth yet floral gin.

Being located in rural Herefordshire, the apple plays a key part in giving a fruity soft undertone that reflects the Golden Valley and all the beautiful surrounding orchards.

They wanted to grow our family and so have produced a fruity Gin. They have taken our Recipe No.1 and blushed it with Elderflower, Raspberry, Strawberry and a little bit of blackberry to produce not a pink Gin but a full blooded Red Gin. We hope you enjoy our Gin with the same level of pleasure that they have making it!

Hill Billy Red Gin- Hay Wines

 

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