We all know that gin is magical in its own way - it brings joy, courage (well, dutch courage), and is pretty tasty, too.
But one particular Yorkshire gin is said to have magical qualities and bring luck to anyone who drinks it.
Introducing Raisthorpe Manor gin - developed by the award-winning team at Raisthorpe Manor Fine Food, its status as a magical tipple is earned by the fact it’s made using water from ancient ‘gypsey streams’ that run beneath the Yorkshire Wolds.
As well as this mystical water - which sounds pretty appealing alone - it’s infused with fresh botanicals and watercress which are thought to have been farmed around the Gypsey Race 100 years ago.
Still not magical enough for you? Well, the story goes that the Race provided life-saving shelter to Queen Henrietta Maria as she dodged flying cannon balls during the English Civil War in 1632.
And you have to be pretty lucky to survive that, right?
If you’re in need of a bit of luck in your life, the gin will be available for purchase on the Raisthorpe Manor website soon, and you can take your pick from the classic Distilled Dry Gin, or go for Raisthorpe Oak-Aged Dry Gin.
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