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Making the most of our resources

Making the most of our resources

Posted by Karen Skerratt on 8 May 2023

Making the most of our resources  Helping to ensure that we get the most out of our resources is an important goal for everyone. We can do this by finding ways to reuse, recycle materials, and investing in renewable sources of energy. By doing our part, we can make sure that everyone has access...

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The history behind the Grandad's Allotment range

The history behind the Grandad's Allotment range

Posted by Karen Skerratt on 29 April 2023

Our swanky newly designed labels for one! What do you think? We’ve tried to emulate allotment growing and lifestyle scene into our labels with the help of our super talented designer Cathrine! We are super pleased with how it shows off the botanicals and the colours reflecting that period of Grandads gardening days in...

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Springing into Spring!

Springing into Spring!

Posted by Karen Skerratt on 6 April 2023

At last we’re into spring ...and what better way to enjoy the lighter evenings and warmer weather than with an Exeter Gin & Tonic!We are excited to show you a sneak peak of our brand new Grandad’s Allotment range labels, our talented designer Cathrine, has really brought the bottles to life, showcasing the allotment theme...

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Uncovering the Mystery of London Dry Gin

Uncovering the Mystery of London Dry Gin

Posted by Karen Skerratt on 30 March 2023

Why is London Dry Gin called "Dry"? It’s thanks to its traditional distilling process which gives it its unique flavour profile and aroma. Traditional London Dry Gin distillation methods involve using a copper still which helps to extract essential oils and aromas from the botanicals while also helping to remove any impurities in the alcohol that could affect its flavour profile or quality.

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