Tarquin's 'Hell Bay' Seaweed Gin

£38.00

70cl

42% ABV

A dry gin infused with locally foraged Dulse and Kombu seaweed to create a special flavour - warm and comforting, like a seabreeze at sunset.

Usually only available behind the bar in one of the most beautiful hotels in England on subtropical Bryher in the Isles of Scilly. Very limited, small batch gin.

Pairs perfectly with:

A light tonic, lemon and a sprig of thyme for a simple twist on a G&T.

70cl - 42% ABV

 Vegan friendly. All orders delivered in plastic free packaging.

Tasting Notes

It’s as warm and comforting on the nose as a seaside breeze at sunset, with a beautiful body and finish boasting notes of crisp lemon zest and a lasting subtle saltiness.

Nose

Aromatic fragrance, our light juniper and fresh citrus shine through.

Taste

Beautifully balanced and crisp with a touch of fresh fruit.

Finish

Light floral notes, a linger of fresh citrus and a bright aromatic touch of juniper.

Our Process

As a fully-independent, family-run business, we at Southwestern Distillery like to celebrate the fact that we do things a little bit differently.

We champion the most traditional techniques alongside progressively modern approaches in all we do. Established back in 2012, we are underpinned by an ethos of creative expression and innovation, all our gins celebrate of our Cornish heritage and our desire to share our craft. 

Each of our gins is created with hand-selected botanicals, both local and from across the globe, using the freshest ingredients we can find.

The beating hearts of our distillery are Tarquin’s 250 litre, flame-fired copper pot stills. The newest addition to the team is Ferarra - a state of the art, one-of-a-kind 500 litre copper still. Tarquin finely tunes and orchestrates the unique personalities of each still to create his internationally award-winning spirits.

Post distillation, we proudly ensure that every award-winning bottle that leaves our distillery has been lovingly filled, waxed and stamped by hand for you to enjoy.

Yeghes Da!