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Hayman?s Gin is the product of years of gin distillery

It all started in 1863 when James Burrough bought John Taylor & Sons, a gin manufacturer. Burrough promptly renamed the company after himself and produced many gins and cordials, such as Ye Olde Chelsey Gin and Beefeater Gin. Fast forward through two world wars to 1950 when Neville Hayman, husband to Burrough?s granddaughter, Marjorie, joined the company. He helped the distillery to recover after the interruption of the Second World War by reducing the selection of gins made. In 1969, Christopher Hayman, Neville?s son and Burrough?s great-grandson, joined the family business and, 8 years later, became responsible for the distillation of Beefeater Gin. After the business changed hands a few times, it found its ways back to Christopher Hayman in the 1990s and he changed the name to Hayman?s. Today, Hayman?s is still a family business with Christopher?s two children, James and Miranda, participating. Hayman?s Gin is shipped to over 30 countries and, in 2013, they installed their still ?Marjorie?, presumably named after the fine woman herself.

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Hayman?s Gin is available for purchase from the Urban Drinks online shop in two variations: Hayman?s Dry Gin and Hayman?s Sloe Gin. Hayman?s Dry Gin has a distinctive juniper character. This version of Hayman?s Gin is elegant and crisp, with a delightful citrus finish which leaves a pleasant freshness in your mouth. Hayman?s Dry Gin is made from 10 botanicals, steeped for 24 hours before distillation to make sure the flavours and aromas are effectively released. The juniper, coriander, lemon and orange peel make this Hayman?s Gin variant a fresh, unoffending spirit which works well in cocktails and long drinks.

The second variation of Hayman?s Gin is made from sloe berries which are hand-picked during autumn. Hayman?s Sloe Gin is, in fact, a liqueur with a rich, red colour. It has a bitter sweet flavour and is smooth and intense. The sloe berries are left to steep in Hayman?s Gin for a few months before being blended with natural sugars. This gin can be enjoyed neat or on the rocks, as well as in a long list of cocktails.

If you fancy a touch of guilty pleasure, indulge yourself in a Hayman?s Gin and Tonic. Fill a tumbler or Collins glass with a little ice and pour in 1 part Hayman?s Gin of the London Dry variety, and 2 parts tonic water. Hayman?s Gin is best complemented with a lime wedge for garnish as it works well with the orange and lemon notes in the gin. As Hayman?s Gin is a premium gin, it?s important to purchase a premium tonic water. Luckily for you, the Urban Drinks online shop has a wide range of tonic waters, many of which are perfect for Hayman?s Gin. Due to Hayman?s Gin?s nature, a tonic water with a strong botanical flavour should be selected. Why not give Fever Tree Premium Indian Tronic Water a try and see how it suits Hayman?s Gin. Hayman?s Gin is a splendid thirst-quencher and a gin you should definitely taste.

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