Gin Festival London is nearly here. The first gin festival of the year is primed to be our biggest and best festival ever and people are excited!
We've had tons of media hype.
Time Out thinks we're 1 of 30 unmissable things to do in 2016!
For ages the cliché tipple of dour Debbie Downers, gin is now considered cooler than a king penguin in Ray-Bans. As such, a veritable deluge of distillers is descending on Wapping’s Tobacco Dock for the second year running to share their wares with fellow juniper-worshippers. Boasting over 100 different varieties of spirits, talks from industry experts and musical entertainment, this celebration of all things ‘mother’s ruin’ should have everyone crying and saying they love each other within two hours, tops.
Travelmag thinks we're the best thing to do in London in February.
One of the most popular is the London Gin Festival, which returns to the capital this February to celebrate everything about the berry-based beverage.
Golden Tours thinks we're as important to 2016 as the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare. Blimey!
There’s nothing more English than a gin and tonic and this distinctly British celebration is a brilliant way to indulge your gin passion, or simply learn more about it.
And how excited is the Gin Festival office?
Lucky enough to have a new Gin Festival In A Box? Try using them to make our favourite Gin Festival cocktails at home.
For National Curry Week we wanted to look at pairing curry with gin cocktails, so we visited Indian Street Food bar Bundobust, in Leeds, to see how it’s done.
6 O'Clock Gin is our Gin of the Month, so we sat down with Michael Kain, head distiller at Bramley and Gage, to chat about this superb modern gin.
If you are a bit of gin lover or interested in finding a gin that you really like then the Gin Festival would be a perfect event for you.