Cambridge Distillery is delighted to announce Curator’s Gin, created in partnership with Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
Having been awarded three consecutive times as the most innovative distillery in the world, Cambridge Distillery was thrilled to be offered unprecedented access to Cambridge University Botanic Garden’s extensive collections.
Under the watchful eye of Sam Brockington, the Garden’s Curator, we hand-picked these extraordinary botanicals and cycled them back to our distillery within minutes of harvesting, using our pioneering novo-dimensional distillation matrix to preserve absolute purity of freshness and flavour. Our Master Distiller William Lowe then expertly blended these individual elements into Curator’s Gin: a truly outstanding spirit with a herbaceous, floral profile.
Curator’s Gin is available as an experimental batch of just 600 bottles, and is the latest release from our Prototype series.
FRESH ENGLISH BOTANICALS, INDIVIDUALLY DISTILLED AND EXPERTLY BLENDED
We’re obsessive about creating outstanding gins. We believe that the way to achieve the finest flavours is to start with the freshest ingredients. We distil each of them individually – temperature, timing and pressure are just three of the nine variables that we tailor to each and every botanical to get the perfect flavour. We then expertly blend these individual distillates into a harmonious whole.
REACHING PREVIOUSLY UNATTAINABLE LEVELS OF QUALITY
Every single gin Cambridge Distillery have commercially released has been awarded at least a gold medal at international competition and we have been awarded three consecutive times as the most innovative distillery in the world. We still produce every bottle by hand in our distillery just outside of Cambridge city centre.