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Location and contact:

Address:Roker Terrace
Sunderland
Tyne and Wear
SR6 9ND
Telephone:0191 510 3564
Email:chinchin@poeticlicensedistillery.co.uk
Website:

http://www.poeticlicensedistillery.com/

Poetic License Distillery

Operated by: Poetic License

Northern Dry Gin
Old Tom Gin
Fireside Gin
Picnic Gin

Poetic License Distillery Brands:

Poetic License Old Tom Gin

Poetic Licence's Old Tom gin is made using no sugar - all the sweetness is produced by the liquorice root, and they are keen to be as historically accurate in their production of an Old Tom as possible, using barrels to create a sweet flavour.

Northern Dry Gin

The Poetic License Northern Dry Gin has been described as a gin for gin lovers - it has 13 key botanicals in total, most of which are classic, juniper being at the forefront, as well as with coriander seeds, angelica root. Green cardamom is complimented by dried Persian lime, alongside four different types of pepper including cubeb berries.

Fireside Gin

This gin acts as a blanket for the knee in the cold with its toasty flavours. As well as usual gin notes coming from juniper, coriander and orris root, there is a sweetness from dried winter fruits. It also features a zingy freshness from clementine. The mulling spice blend of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg gives a warming flavour reminiscent of your favourite seasonal treats, sure to warm you from the inside out!

Further information:

Poetic License

Northern Dry Gin Old Tom Gin Fireside Gin Picnic Gin

Mark Hird, Poetic License

A licence to thrill. Successful hotelier and restaurateur Mark Hird has helped the North East to join the gin revolution by launching his own award-winning craft gins. With a 500-litre hybrid still from China installed in his Poetic License distillery bar in Sunderland, visitors can see spirits being made as they order a range of original gin cocktails. We talk to Mark about creating excitement and enthusiasm for gin. THE GIN GUILD: You spent many years in the hospitality and leisure industry, can you explain how your gin journey started? MARK HIRD: “I started my career as a chef, setting…