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Partnership with The Peninsula London

An exceptional collaboration with The Peninsula London. In a seamless blend of innovation and artistry, Cambridge Distillery continues to set a remarkable standard within the world of luxury gin. Master Distiller, William Lowe MW, has meticulously produced three bespoke gins, a true embodiment of the essence and elegance of this magnificent new hotel in London.

Sonja Vodusek, Managing Director of The Peninsula London said, “We are proud to be collaborating with the esteemed Cambridge Distillery. The business embodies tradition, innovation, and British artisanship all of which are incredibly important to us here at The Peninsula London. The three bespoke gins that have been created exclusively for us perfectly reflect the expert craftsmanship, and unique stories, that define each of our restaurants.”

This extraordinary collaboration, several years in the making, showcases the unparalleled craftsmanship of Cambridge Distillery, co-founded by Master Distiller William Lowe MW, a true pioneer in the world of luxury gin. With an unwavering commitment to excellence, William Lowe MW meticulously selects only the freshest, seasonally available botanicals for his craft. Distinguished as the world’s only individual to hold the titles of both Master Distiller and Master of Wine, his steadfast dedication to quality has truly elevated the art of gin blending within the industry. Cambridge Distillery now accounts for over 75% of the entire Prestige Plus gin category globally.

William Lowe MW commented, “Cambridge Distillery is honoured to embark on this exceptional journey with The Peninsula London, where innovation harmonises with tradition, culminating in an exceptional gin experience that beautifully reflects the essence of both institutions.”

Little Blue Gin

Little Blue Bar, inspired by the upper deck of the Keying junk, offers intimate cocktails inspired by Eastern flavours and is the home of Little Blue Gin.

Nestled on the ground floor, the Little Blue Bar draws inspiration from the upper deck of the historic Keying junk, a symbol of cultural exchange between China and London. It is here that you'll find the home of Little Blue Gin, a tribute to the Maritime passage connecting East and West. This exquisite gin is a fusion of rare and fine teas, including white tea, lapsang souchong, assam, and pu’er, expertly blended to perfection by Master Distiller, William Lowe MW. The design of the bottle mirrors the captivating interior of the bar.

Mach II Gin

High above the cityscape, The Peninsula London's rooftop restaurant, Brooklands, awaits. An homage to the golden eras of British aviation and motorsport, it serves as the inspiration for Mach II Gin.

With its sweeping outdoor terrace and restaurant featuring a scale model of the iconic Concorde, Brooklands offers a breathtaking dining experience. The automotive-themed bar, adorned with rare motoring memorabilia and classic race cars from the Brooklands racetrack and museum, sets the stage for enjoying this remarkable gin. Mach II Gin expertly combines juniper with quintessentially British countryside botanicals of blackcurrant leaves, rose, rosemary, lemon verbena, angelica, and basil.

1928 Gin

Taking its name from the year The Peninsula Hotels first opened its doors in Hong Kong, 1928 Gin captures the essence of the hotel, seamlessly blending British elegance with Asian sophistication.

This exceptional gin harmoniously blends quintessentially English botanicals, such as delicate rose petals and aromatic lemon verbena, with the allure of Asian botanicals, including vibrant turmeric and zesty kaffir lime. The result is an extraordinary infusion of spicy warmth and vibrant citrus notes that define its distinct flavour profile. The Peninsula London's signature Peninsula Afternoon Tea and timeless all-day dining classics in The Lobby restaurant provide the perfect accompaniment for savouring this masterpiece. The Lobby’s triple-height, intricately moulded ceiling serves as the muse for the 1928 Gin's bottle design.

We highly recommend a visit to this exceptional hotel, where you can indulge in a lavish stay or explore the bars to savour these exquisite libations firsthand.

To learn more about this collaboration: Cambridge Distillery teams up with Peninsula London - The Spirits Business

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