55ml Wrecking Coast Scurvy Gin Navy Strength
10ml Dry Vermouth
10ml Pickled Onion brine
Martini Glass (chilled)
Add ice to a mixing vessel (or large glass) then pour all of the ingredients, stirring all together for at least 60 seconds. Then strain into the chilled Martini Glass and garnish with pickled onions.
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The Wrecking Coast Collection
Proud to share our collection of award winning, unique, premium spirits all created for a specific drinking experience for you to enjoy.
Born in Tintagel. Born To Be Enjoyed.
Fresh Cornish clotted cream, cold distilled under vacuum is combined with our own 12 botanical gin to give you a three dimensional flavour profile.
9 botanicals including fresh lemon and lime peel and locally foraged fresh scurvy grass creates a robust, juniper led gin with bold citrus notes, hints of liquorice and peppery heat from the scurvy grass.
We start by making a simple but flavoursome gin with plenty of juniper, add sloes and a subtle recipe of orange and lemon zest, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg then allow to gently steep for at least three months.
Berry and Applesauce sweetness with spice hints and a citrus balance. We distill with fresh pressed apple juice from Polgoon and locally foraged Rowen Berry and Rosehip.
Help The Wrecking Coast Distillery raise £4,000
Cornwall Air Ambulance flies more than 800 lifesaving missions each year and as a charity, they rely on your donations to fund this vital work.
So help now and choose Heli-Gin as your next G&T
Designed to be enjoyed with a good Indian tonic water, plenty of ice and garnished with orange or lemon Heli-Gin is zesty and refreshing
Kea Plum Rum Liqueur
Kea plums (pronounced ki) are small, damson like plums with dark skins and greenish white flesh, found only in a single creek valley in the Parishes of Kea and Coombe near Falmouth in Cornwall.