20th July 2016 4:24pm
20th July 2016 4:24pm
Made with wild Welsh botanicals foraged in the Dyfi Biosphere. Our passion is to produce an exceptional gin of world-class quality, which could come from nowhere else. The Dyfi is recognised by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve, and provides us with an enviable and unique flora spectrum to draw upon, as well as a meticulous selection the finest classic gin botanicals. Pollination gin is produced by the highest standard London Dry method, in extremely limited small batches, using pure grain spirit and locally drawn spring water. Our foraged botanicals come from within the Biosphere: from the Snowdonia foothills, through the Dyfi Forest, and down to the estuary marshlands. On a canvas of carefully selected classic gin botanicals, we 'paint' the flavours only Dyfi can combine, including wild flowers, aromatic leaves, fruits and conifer tips. We steep these components together in a temperature-controlled maceration, before precision-distilling in our small Colorado stills. We can’t create Pollination Gin all year round, and in order to ensure sustainability, production is necessarily very limited. Each bottle is hand signed and lot-numbered.
45% alcohol by volume, non-chill filtered.
15th June 2016 9:26am
On Saturday 6th August John and his son Alexander will be participating in Tough Mudder, a mud and obstacle course in Skipton.
Its is designed to drag you out of your comfort zone by testing your physical strength, stamina and mental grit. With no podiums, winners or clocks to race against, it's not about how fast you can cross the finish line. Rather, it's a challenge to accomplish something almost as tough as you are.
With this in mind John and Alexander will be raising money for Cancer Research UK. Cancer plays dirty and so can they ! It is an extremely worthwhile cause, very close to our hearts.
If you would like to make a donation, we have set up a Just Giving page at the link below...
3rd May 2016 10:14am
Date: Wednesday 11th May 2016
Venue: Longcroft Lower School, Church Road, Beverley.
Time: 6.30pm - 9.30pm
The big one has arrived; we do hope that you are able to join us.
Previous annual tastings have been very successful giving you a chance to try over 120 wines and food at your leisure.
As well as an enjoyable evening it will also give you a chance to select the wines that you may need for forthcoming events or functions or just plan your spring/summer eating & drinking.
Our annual events are a different format to our monthly tastings.
There will be 20 representatives who supply Roberts & Speight showing their wine and food.
Collect a catalogue at the door and use this to navigate your way around the tasting tables.
Please book as early as possible as we will be limiting the number of people to assure a relaxing event.
30th April 2016 5:42pm
Easter Opening Hours
Good Friday 25th March 10am - 5pm
Saturday 26th March 9am - 7pm
Easter Sunday 27th March Closed
Easter Monday 28th March Closed
Tuesday 29th March 9am - 6pm
(Normal opening hours then resume)
23rd March 2016 2:18pm
We have received a letter from David Elstone, Headmaster of Hymers College, thanking us for supporting the school's charity carol concert held in December in support of Emmaus Hull homeless charity.
We are delighted to learn that the event was extremely successful, raising a staggering £5605 all of which was donated Emmaus.
We will of course be very happy to support the event again in December 2016.
24th January 2016 2:23pm
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