Masons Gin wanted to create a taste that wasn’t just your run of the mill, off the shelf, generic gin.
Distilled in Masons’ copper alembic stills “Steve’ & “Leftie” in 200 litre batches, each 70cl bottle bears its own hand written batch and bottle number.
With its traditional slow distillation method, pure Yorkshire water and just the right balance of juniper, citrus elements and secret botanical ratio they created a distinctly unique gin they are proud to call Masons Yorkshire Gin – the first gin distilled in Yorkshire.
What we sell at mmm…
- Mason’s Yorkshire Tea Gin – 20cl and 70cl bottles
- Lavender Gin – 20cl and 70cl bottles
- The original Masons Dry Yorkshire Gin – 20cl and 70cl bottles.
Serving Masons Gin
Masons Gin want you to enjoy their gin to the full, whether that just being a simple gin and tonic, or one of the many gin cocktails that are so popular right now.
So they have put together some of their very favourite serves for you to try.
Take 1.5 measures of Masons Yorkshire Gin, half a measure of Lillet Blanc, and 1 measure each of Lime Juice and Blackberry Syrup.
Add 3 blackberries, 3 basil leaves and 3 mint leaves, along with a couple of twists of black pepper. Shake and strain, and then garnish with blackberry and basil leaf.
2 measures of Masons Yorkshire Gin, a dash each of Tabasco and Yorkshire Sauce, the juice of a whole lemon, and then top off with Spicy Tomato Juice.
Masons Moors Martini
Make a standard dry Martini with Vermouth but then also add a few drops of lavender syrup and garnish with lavender. Of course, the lavender has to be from Yorkshire!
Gin Yorkshire Rose
Take 1 measure each of Masons Yorkshire Gin and Cointreau, add a wedge of fresh orange and a little sugar syrup. Garnish with a white rose petal.
Want to know more about Masons Gin?
- Free tasting: This Saturday (15 July) from 1pm at mmm… and glug…, 10-13 Grainger Arcade, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5QF
- Call us on: 0191 222 1818
- Email: email@example.com
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