Wetherspoons Gin Palace Has Three New Delightful Gin Additions


When it’s not throwing gin festivals for gin worshipers around the country, Wetherspoons is busy expanding their gin collection and this time it has gained a terrific trio of new and exciting gins.

All produced in England, the three fruit-inspired new gins are GinTing, Didsbury Gin Raspberry & Elderflower and Beefeater London Blood Orange.

GinTing Gin

Gin Tin Gin

Launched in 2018, on May the 4th (Star Wars Day!), GinTing is already proving to be a runaway success story. The fresh, fruity premium dry gin is infused with passion fruit, mango and elderflower and won a category silver award at the World Gin Awards, in 2019.

What started out as a small idea in Kris’s ‘man cave’ (shed) now operates from a Lancashire-based company, where he infuses, bottles and distributes GinTing around the UK.

Didsbury Gin

Didsbury gin

Handcrafted in eco-friendly copper stills, Didsbury Gin Raspberry & Elderflower is a combination of Didsbury Gin’s original gin infused with fresh British raspberries and subtle notes from locally foraged elderflowers.

Created by two Manchester gin enthusiasts, Mark Smallwood and Liam Manton, and fuelled by a passion for Manchester and a shared sense of humour, as well as a love of gin, it is forged from a friendship which grew over many days and nights in Didsbury.

Didsbury Gin is a range of bright, vibrant and zesty gins, created by gin-drinkers for gin-drinkers.

Beefeater Blood Orange Gin

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Expertly made in London, under the watchful eye of master distiller Desmond Payne MBE, it has a bittersweet juicy flavour and a vibrant, striking colour.

Beefeater London Blood Orange is the latest bold and refreshing expression from the world’s most-awarded gin brand.


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