Hayman's links with Tiptree to produce gin liqueurs

18 August, 2016

Hayman’s Gin has joined forces with premium conserve brand Tiptree to create a range of gin liqueurs.

The three-strong range of Tiptree Gin Liqueurs are made with fruits from Tiptree jam producer Wilkins & Sons’ farm. The trio are being launched in time for the key Christmas period and they come in flavours of English Damson, English Raspberry and Little Scarlet Strawberry. 

Scott Goodfellow, director of Wilkins & Sons, said: “We are delighted by the feedback on our new Tiptree Fruit Gin Liqueurs. Gin has made great strides over the last couple of years, and Fruit Gin might just be the next big thing. Our artisanal Tiptree range offers authentic, deep fruit notes with a crisp background of juniper.

“It was a natural partnership to team up with original English Gin makers, Hayman’s Gin, who share a similar family heritage to us.”

The fruit, which has been used to create Tiptree Conserves for the past 100 years, is steeped in Hayman's London Dry gin to create the liqueurs. Hayman’s Gin uses a trusted blend of ten botanicals to create its classic London Dry in a copper pot still called Marjorie, named after founder Christopher Hayman’s mother.

The liqueurs are 28% abv, and are priced at £19.99 for a 35cl bottle.




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