If you’re looking for the ultimate gin destination to visit this summer, then why not make it a gin garden?
The concept has been rising in popularity recently, often echoing the theme of a distillery or as way to grow gin’s finest ingredients.
There’s even a rising trend in gin bars growing their very own gardens inside so you don’t always have to venture outdoors to discover a world of botanicals…
Fancy discovering just how stunning the idea can be? Then you need to pop into one of these…
The Secret Herb Garden, Edinburgh – Gin Garden
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A day of gin, botanicals and general herbaciousness with @oldcuriosity gin and @edinburghwhiskyacademy today. Absolutely fascinating hearing about Hamish's methods and passion for plants. Would definitely recommend to anyone in Edinburgh this summer. Check out Edinburgh Whisky Academy's new Gin Courses for more info! . . . . #Edinburgh #gin #botanicals #herbs #ginspiration #ginstagram #secretherbgarden #scotland #ginlover #inspirational
This unique gin destination in Scotland is actually behind some of the most familiar gin brands on Marks & Spencer’s shelves. The botanicals used for Old Curiosity Colour Changing Gin are actually grown here.
For more information visit the Old Curiosity Secret Garden website.
The Florist, Liverpool – Gin Bar
For the ultimate gin garden experience indoors, you really need to discover The Florist in Liverpool. With its stunning floral decor and vast gin cocktail menu, you just won’t want to go outdoors!
For more information visit The Florist website.
Silent Pool Gin Garden – Gin Garden
The copper features created by Zone Creations were a beautiful addition to our Silent Pool Gin garden at @The_RHS Chelsea Flower Show and were the perfect way to represent our intricate bottle design! 😍 🍸 pic.twitter.com/U9sGQsJdLS
— Silent Pool Gin (@SilentPoolGin) June 1, 2018
Typically found as part of the Chelsea Flower Show, be sure to look out for the Silent Pool Gin Garden designed by David Neale.
In 2018, the garden featured glorious copper structures resembling lemon peel garnishes, while in 2019 the design concept was taken a step further to include a giant swinging seat and the clever use of recycled materials and the power of plants to create low amounts of energy.
For further information visit the Chelsea Flower Show website.
Mr Fogg’s Tavern, London – Gin Bar
Huzzah! Summer is around the corner and our flowers outside Mr Fogg's Tavern have blossomed! Make sure to tag us in all your photos, for a chance to be featured in our Instagram Stories! 📸🌼🌻 # pic.twitter.com/B44eJHJK77
— Mr Fogg's (@MrFoggsGB) May 30, 2019
Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour are no stranger to creating some stunning garden installations – just see this floral addition to their exterior for instance!
You really need to explore the Hendrick’s Botanical Garden, however. The retractable roof makes it the the ideal space for a small gathering, while the garden-inspired interiors are just perfect!
For more information visit the Mr Fogg’s Gin Parlour website.
The Botanist, Coventry – Gin Bar
If you fancy enjoying a gin cocktail in something that resembles a stunning greenhouse, then you need to visit The Botanist in Coventry.
With plants everywhere, you’ll feel you’ve stepped into truly exotic land!
For more information visit the The Botanist website.
Top image: Chelsea Flower Show
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