Garden House Hospice Care Virtual Gin Tastin Hertfordshire

Our Big Charity Gin Tasting for Garden House Hospice Care

Our team at In House Tasting are excited to announce a Charity Virtual Gin Tasting, in aid of Garden House Hospice Care, Letchworth. Taste an elevated selection of five artisanal gins from craft distillers, all based here in East Anglia.

Tune in at 7:30pm on Friday 3rd July to watch the tasting event live, alongside fellow gin enthusiasts! Alternatively, enjoy the tasting at your leisure, anytime, anywhere. 

We will be donating an additional £2.50 to Garden House Hospice Care for each bottle sold after the event.

Meet The Gins

Copper in the Clouds Lychee & Raspberry Gin (Hertfordshire)

 James Grant, founder of Copper in the Clouds, will talk us through his brand new Lychee & Raspberry Gin. Be one of the very first people to taste his new creation!

Roundwood London Dry (Cambridgeshire)

Emily & Rupert have handcrafted a taste of the Cambridgeshire woodland. Their extra-small batch gin brings a subtle woodland twist to a classic London Dry recipe.

Campfire Old Tom (Hertfordshire)

Ben from Puddingstone Distillery will be showing you a classic style of gin, ‘Old Tom’. Sometimes referred to as the ‘missing link’ between the traditional Dutch Jenever and the well-known London Dry style with which we are all so familiar. Ben explains all! 

Fishers London Dry (Suffolk)

Fishers is more than a gin: it is an expression of the English coast. Distilled between the sea and the salt marshes, Fishers infuses foraged local herbs and coastal botanicals, capturing wild and forgotten flavours of the English coastline.

HYKE London Dry (Sussex)

Luxurious spirits distilled with sustainable resources. HYKE Gin is made using grape spirit produced from internationally-sourced fresh table grapes that are surplus to the requirements of the supermarket supply chain.

About Garden House Hospice

Across North Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire, Garden House Hospice Care gives personalised and compassionate palliative end-of-life care for those in need, following diagnoses of life-limiting illnesses. Their work supports a community of over 230,000 people.

As a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic, demand for care has increased. However, Garden House is unable to raise funds through regular means, with fundraising activities cancelled or postponed, and shops closed. They are forecasting a loss of £25,000 a week – that’s £1.3 million this year –  and face a bleak future if they cannot meet funding goals.

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