Hepple Douglas Fir Vodka, 50 cl
Regular price £29.99
Not explicitly a Christmas vodka, but what better spirit to use for your festive cocktails? Made with needles from the Douglas fir tree that grows in the grounds of the Hepple Estate in Northumberland, this has fresh and sweet flavours of melon, grapefruit and sweet pine. Read more.
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Nestled on the edge of North Northumberland's remote and untouched National Park sits one of Britain's last sanctuaries for juniper. On the Moorland Spirit Co. estate wild juniper has been growing for over 400 years and the distillery handpick the young green berries unique to Hepple Gin, along with the Douglas Fir from the surrounding woodland and the lovage and blackcurrant from the Hepple garden. Cultivating the naturally growing green juniper from the estate, the team have been involved in the juniper restoration and propagation efforts spearheaded in the UK by the National Parks. Every year they plant hundreds of seedlings to support the resurgence of the local juniper population, part of a truly organic connection between Hepple Gin and the fertile moorlands around the distillery.
Absolutely delicious with surprising notes of melon
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White Russian Recipe
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