Who’s behind Edwards Warner Gin?

Sharky’s Craft Spirits and Cocktail Guide: Edwards Warner Elderflower Gin

Warner Edwards Harrington Dry Gin is the brainchild of farmers Tom Warner and Sion Edwards. The two best friends, who met at Harper Adams Agricultural College, decided to swap the big world of food production to make their own farm-distilled gin.

What sets Edwards Warner Gin apart?

Sharky’s Craft Spirits and Cocktail Guide: Edwards Warner Elderflower Gin

This isn’t just any old gin. Produced in small batches, this handcrafted elixir is created using the pure, natural spring water from Tom’s family farm in Northamptonshire, in a blend with grain spirit and botanicals.

What’s in the future for Edwards Warner Gin?

Sharky’s Craft Spirits and Cocktail Guide: Edwards Warner Elderflower Gin

Over the past three years, Warner Edwards has added three further flavoured gins to its range: Warner Edwards Victoria’s Rhubarb Gin, Warner Edwards Harrington Elderflower Gin and Warner Edwards Harrington Sloe Gin. All ingredients are sourced from the farm or from the local surrounding area in Northamptonshire to create these unique and distinct flavoured gins.

Warner Edwards has grown considerably since its launch just over three years ago. It plans to continue to produce legendary handcrafted farm-distilled gin that is deliciously smooth and aromatic in taste.

Serving Suggestions:

Elderflower Martini

Sharky’s Craft Spirits and Cocktail Guide: Edwards Warner Elderflower Gin

Take your classic Martini and twist it up with the quintessentially British flavour of our Warner Edwards Harrington Elderflower Gin. A great pre-dinner drink where the freshness of the elderflower balances with the zing of the fresh lemon to cleanse your palate ready for dinner. It doesn’t matter whether you follow it with the finest caviar or pie and mash, you’ll still want another Elderflower Martini to wash it down with.

Ingredients:

65ml Warner Edwards Harrington Elderflower Gin

10ml Noilly prat (Dry Vermouth)

15ml Fresh lemon

10ml Sugar syrup

Garnish: Thyme sprig

Glassware: Coupette

Method: Shake all ingredients with ice and pour into coupette glass straining out the ice.

Where can I find out more about Edwards Warner Gin?

http://www.warneredwards.com/