If you’re looking for a gift for the gin lover who knows all and has all, look no further.
Tarquin’s Cornish Crocus Gin II with rose, almond and Cornish saffron is the clear solution. But regardless if you’re a newbie or connoisseur, it’s hard not to be taken with these romantic botanicals.
What’s more, the basis of Tarquin’s Cornish Crocus Gin was produced from over 30,000 crocuses that were “grown, picked, plucked and trimmed by hand at Portscatho on the Roseland Peninsula.”
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The gin practically glows a bright saffron yellow from it’s handsomely wax-topped bottle.
Southwestern Distillery recommends serving it with tonic and a fresh slice of ginger to garnish. And to make things extra special, mix Cornish Crocus with prosecco and pear juice for a sublime cocktail.
Tarquin’s first released Crocus Gin for Valentine’s Day 2017. The Cornish distiller’s many fans are sure to be thrilled to see this limited edition return.
Tarquin’s Cornish Crocus Gin (70cl, 42%) is available online and from local retailers. Check out a list of stockists on the website of Southwestern Distillery.
You can still receive it in time for Valentines day from Drink Finder (£36.25)
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