Botanicals combined with Marmalade
Our Marmalade Gin has been crafted using locally sourced botanicals that are synonymous with the beautiful and restorative nature of Harrogate.
These unique botanicals are complemented with zesty Yorkshire marmalade, water drawn from the world-famous Harrogate aquifer, pure single-grain spirit, and a handful of the finest ingredients sourced from around the world.
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Harrogate is famous for many notable things; it’s famous mineral waters, the beautiful Valley Gardens and Pinewoods, Betty’s Tearooms, the Royal Baths, the wide open spaces of the Stray, its stunning Victorian era buildings, and the world famous Yorkshire Tea.
However, Harrogate also has many other lesser known, yet equally important claims to fame and notable characters. For instance dear reader, were you aware that Harrogate is the birthplace of that bloke off the Full Monty with the big todger, and also Tim from Utah Saints (surely you remember the clever engaging lyrics “U-U-U-U-U-U-U-Utah Saints, U-U-U-Utah Saints” that get stuck in your head for days), but also, and most importantly the author of this review who is the current holder of the title of “most number of different schools' playing fields shagged on in a single night” (3!).
Harrogate is known for its prosperity and quality of living that is unmatched in other northern regional towns, which surely led to Harrogate being chosen to host the 1982 Eurovision Song Contest. Harrogate regularly places highly in Beautiful Britain in Bloom competitions, and has won that coveted title twice. Currently Harrogate Town FC sit in an unbelievable 7th place in EFL League 2, most would say ‘Town’ are punching well above their collective weight and may even secure a playoff spot at seasons end.
Who would question Harrogate being voted the Uk’s “happiest place to live” for 3 consecutive years 2013 to 2015?
But why, why does such a small town consistently outperform its expectations? Two words:
That Marmalade one goes alright.
The liquid version of your grandmother's homemade marmalade, generously lathered upon freshly buttered toast. Divine ❤️
To impress a guest I always bring out the Slingsby Marmalade gin
Love it. Never been a gin drinker but this has converted me.