Tarquin's Festive Figgy Pudding Gin
Drawing inspiration from the flavours and retro table-side-drama of a flaming Figgy Pudding, the team at Tarquin's have taken their flagship Tarquin’s Cornish Dry Gin as the base, then added dried figs, fresh clementine zest, warming Christmas spice botanicals and brandy soaked cherry wood chips (which were blow-torched before being added to the still). Creating a masterfully crafted gin packed with nostalgic festive warmth.
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As a fully-independent, family-run business, Tarquin's Distillery like to celebrate the fact that they do things a little bit differently.
Established in 2012 by founder and master distiller, Tarquin Leadbetter, back when he was merely 23 years old and self-taught, Tarquin’s Cornish Gin is Cornwall’s first gin in over 100 years.
Nestled on a windswept hilltop overlooking the Wild Cornish Coast, Tarquin's proudly champion a combination of the authentically traditional and the progressively modern.
At the heart of the distilling process lie Tarquin’s three 250 litre hand-beaten copper pot stills – Tamara, Senara & Tressa. They‘re all fired by flame and sealed at the joints with bread dough.
The newest addition to the distillery is Ferarra - a state of the art, one-of-a-kind 500 litre copper still. Together, Tarquin uses them to create his internationally award-winning spirits (including “World’s Best Gin” at the 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Awards, for his Tarquin’s “The seadog” Navy Gin 57% abv).
At every stage of the distillation process Tarquin meticulously monitors every variable; tweaking, nosing and tasting as he goes. They genuinely believe in the importance of human touch to maximise quality.
Post distillation, every single one of the Tarquin's bottles that leaves the distillery has been filled, labelled, waxed, stamped and signed by hand. On the side of every single bottle you’ll see a batch number, signature and batch tasting notes.
When Tarquin's say: ‘Handcrafted in Cornwall’ – they really do mean it.
Due to Covid -19, deliveries are currently taking up to 5 - 6 working days. We’ll do all we can to get your delivery dispatched as quickly as possible.