Crawshay Sweet Violet Gin 50cl Liqueur

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'A bouquet of freshly cut violets on the nose and a perfumed off-dry elegance in the mouth. Every sip will give you a nostalgic glow.Enjoy over ice or added to sparkling wine for an indulgent glass of fizz' - Neil Cammies, Western Mail.
Description
A 15 botanical dry gin infused with sweet violets.

Perfectly paired with prosecco.

'A bouquet of freshly cut violets on the nose and a perfumed off-dry elegance in the mouth. Every sip will give you a nostalgic glow.Enjoy over ice or added to sparkling wine for an indulgent glass of fizz' - Neil Cammies, Western Mail.

The story of Crawshay
 
Inspired by William Crawshay II, this range is a nod to a man better known as the IRON KING of South Wales. Managing the Cyfarthfa Ironworks founded by his grandfather, he was a crucial figure in providing the high-quality iron that fuelled the voracious appetite of the Industrial Revolution. Such was the importance of Crawshay’s work that in 1823. The Tsar of Russia sent his personal envoy to Cyfarthfa to inspect the site and learn for himself how they could replicate Wales’ mastery of iron.  This range is produced for Hensol Castle, Crawshay’s former home in the Vale of Glamorgan.
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Name Crawshay Sweet Violet Gin 50cl Liqueur
Description A 15 botanical dry gin infused with sweet violets.

Perfectly paired with prosecco.

'A bouquet of freshly cut violets on the nose and a perfumed off-dry elegance in the mouth. Every sip will give you a nostalgic glow.Enjoy over ice or added to sparkling wine for an indulgent glass of fizz' - Neil Cammies, Western Mail.

The story of Crawshay
 
Inspired by William Crawshay II, this range is a nod to a man better known as the IRON KING of South Wales. Managing the Cyfarthfa Ironworks founded by his grandfather, he was a crucial figure in providing the high-quality iron that fuelled the voracious appetite of the Industrial Revolution. Such was the importance of Crawshay’s work that in 1823. The Tsar of Russia sent his personal envoy to Cyfarthfa to inspect the site and learn for himself how they could replicate Wales’ mastery of iron.  This range is produced for Hensol Castle, Crawshay’s former home in the Vale of Glamorgan.
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