Walter Rose Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 13th July 2018 5:45pm
Chasers duo Abi Armstrong and Caroline Cooper, would like to thank everyone who attended their gin tasting this week — they raised £150 for the local school PTAs, £50 per school.
'We are delighted to support the local schools" said Caroline, "it's great to be in a position to do so and it is something we will be doing again in the future, so please join us on Facebook to find out more!'
Guests were invited to taste arrange of amazing flavours and some new approaches to gin as we traditionally know it. The suppliers featured were Foxdenton Gin Liqueurs from Buckingham and Keepr's Honey-based Gins from Kidlington, which were all a real treat. They both produce very fruity alternatives to traditional gins, with something for the adventurous and everyday palettes!
If you missed out and would like to try them, or would like to purchase any of these, please do contact Abi or Caroline, or look out for their next tasting.
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