The Cotswolds Distillery just revealed new Cloudy Christmas Gin

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Photo credit: Cotswolds Distillery
Photo credit: Cotswolds Distillery

The Cotswolds Distillery, makers of the pretty and colourful wildflower gins, has just announced a limited edition Christmas version of its popular cloudy gin. Cotswolds Cloudy Christmas Gin is a festive twist on the classic and flavoured with cardamom, clementine and pine, for a truly seasonal serve.

Distilled in a traditional copper pot still it's made with nine expertly curated botanicals, all coming together to deliver a classic juniper-led gin; "with a touch of Christmas magic." The distillery say to expect refreshing bursts of clementine, a hint of warm spice and a charming cloudy glow when ice or tonic is added.

With tasting notes of bold citrus, clean pine juniper spice, fresh grapefruit and a lingering finish of juniper, cardamom and Cotswold lavender; you can count us in.

Plus, the misty magic of the gin is just enough tasteful novelty, without going right down the sparkling or shimmering route. Though we have no complaints about glittery gin either!

The recommended serve is 50ml poured over a filled class of ice, topped with Indian tonic and festively garnished with a slice of orange and star anise. The cloud will appear as you add the tonic.

Commenting on the new tipple, Dan Szor, Founder and CEO of Cotswolds Distillery, said in the press release: "We are delighted to announce the launch of the limited edition Cotswolds Cloudy Christmas Gin which we hope consumers will enjoy over the festive period and beyond.

"This Christmas Gin is a beautiful accompaniment to the Cotswolds Dry Gin and the addition of clementines really captures the bright and citrusy flavours of our signature gin. It offers consumers a slightly different but equally exciting taste profile."

The Cotswolds Cloudy Christmas Gin RRP: £34.95 for 70cl. ABV: 46%. Available from

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