Rare Bird Rhubarb & Ginger Gin 42% 1 x 70cl Bottle

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Rare Bird Rhubarb & Ginger Gin 42% 1 x 70cl Bottle

Sku:  RareBirdRhubarbAndGinger1x70clBottle
Producer:  Rare Bird
Package Size:  1 x 70cl Bottle
Region:  Yorkshire
Spirit Category:  Gin
ABV (%):  42

Your Price:  £35.99(Inc. 20% VAT)(£29.99 Exc. VAT)
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Weight:  1 kg

Availability:  

  

11 in stock, immediate despatch

Made using real pieces of rhubarb and a base of our London dry, this Gin packs a punch, with a strong Rhubarb hit and a warm end of Ginger. This one is different to the others you may have tried, it is sugar free, meaning a wamer flavour, and a stronger taste. Add a sugared tonic and a slice of orange and you have a wonderful seasonal tipple.

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Click & Collect: Pick up from our Elvington (YO41 4EL) depo on Monday and Friday mornings.

DPD: Cans and bottles will be posted on a next day delivery (Best endeavour basis) from £6.99 Shipping is free after £75.

Pallets: For keg, cask and heavier orders, starting from a quarter pallet for £35 can be shipped for next day delivery.

Local Home Delivery: We offer within local 'YO' postcodes home delivery available Each Friday. (Only Post Codes YO1, YO10, YO19, YO23-24, YO31, YO41-42, YO30 5, YO30 6, YO30 7, YO30 8, YO30 9, YO32)

Trade Delivery: Please see our delivery page for our trade delivery routes.

If you would like to open a trade account, please get in contact via sales@pivovar.co.uk we can then convert your registered account over to our trade pricing.

Rare Bird

Malton's first distillery, Rare Bird is the brain child of husband and wife team Matt and Elizabeth Stewart who have created a delectable London Dry Gin. Based in Talbot Yard their vision for the distillery was to create a beautiful space where the public could visit. With exposed brickwork, vintage wood floors, chandeliers and an incredible copper still named 'Florence' they have done that in spades. Combine that with sexy blue bottle, the gin school upstairs and the drink itself (at its best with a nice tonic and slice of grapefruit) you have a very rare bird indeed. Upstairs at the a gin school visitors can even create their very own bespoke gin.