Location and contact:

Address:Unit 1, Artisan Workshops,,
P E Mead & Sons Farm Shop,
Lower Icknield Way,
Tring HP23 4NT
Telephone:01442 502033

Puddingstone Distillery

Operated by: Puddingstone Distillery

Campfire Gin

Puddingstone Distillery Brands:

Campfire Cask Aged

Based on their Navy Strength botanical loading, The team at Puddingstone Distillery reduce their new make spirit to “cask strength” before resting in American Oak, ex-bourbon casks from Kings County Distillery (New York State) for a period that ensures this remarkable spirit imparts enough character from the cask whilst remaining a gin at heart. A mixologist and “neat sippers” dream.

Campfire London Dry Gin

Fresh orange and juniper take the lead in this complex London Dry that pitches itself on the boundary between classic and contemporary. Angelica contributes a subtle earthiness, with rich mid notes imparted by rooibos and golden berry. A lingering sweet, slightly floral, juniper palate lingers after each sip. A stunning Martini Gin. ADI 2017 Bronze Medal Winner IWSC 2018 Silver Medal Winner 2019 Worlds Best Martini Challenge Winner

Campfire Navy Strength

Whilst the botanicals remain anchored to that of our London Dry, the quantities and pre distillation treatments are adjusted to give you big bold flavours and aromas that balance out the heady 57% ABV. This not only coats your palate, it caresses the inside of your whole head. 2017 London Craft Distilling Expo “Gin of the Year”

Further information:

Kate & Ben Marston, Puddingstone Distillery

Keen to embark on a new creative journey, Kate and Ben Marston made the decision to establish Hertfordshire’s first gin distillery and haven’t looked back since. From the distillery’s inception in 2014 to its launch on 11 November 2016, the Marstons travelled the length and breadth of the country to establish relationships with distillers and industry professionals to make their gin dream become a reality. The Gin Guild talks to Kate about Puddingstone Distillery’s journey. The Gin Guild: What made you decide to set up your own distillery? Kate Marston: We were looking for a new creative outlet that drew…