Hedgerow Gins

Our first flavours were fruits foraged in the hedgerows and green lanes of Cumbria and made into syrups by ourselves, which Andrew and his wife Kate then blend with their gins to make our range.

SLOE

The most traditional flavoured gin, deep purple and very sweet, it can be drunk neat or with a mixer.

Tirril Hedgegrow Sloe Gin

Hedgerow Gins

Our first flavours were fruits foraged in the hedgerows and green lanes of Cumbria and made into syrups by ourselves, which Andrew and his wife Kate then blend with their gins to make our range.

ROSEHIP

Officially a superfood containing more vitamin C pound for pound than oranges.Another sweet gin, but clearly part of a healthy diet.

Tirril Rosehip Gin

Hedgerow Gins

Our first flavours were fruits foraged in the hedgerows and green lanes of Cumbria and made into syrups by ourselves, which Andrew and his wife Kate then blend with their gins to make our range.

ELDERFLOWER AND BORROWDALE HONEY

With a very brief season, elderflowers should be picked in the early morning of a dry sunny day – making the season even more limited in Cumbria! Rather than refined sugar we use honey from Borrowdale to add depth and a golden glow to this very smooth gin.

Hedgerow Gins

Our first flavours were fruits foraged in the hedgerows and green lanes of Cumbria and made into syrups by ourselves, which Andrew and his wife Kate then blend with their gins to make our range.

BRAMBLE

As with almost all the hedgerow gins, the blackberries are painful to harvest from their prickly vines, but the result is worth the effort. Another classic flavour, dark, sweet, rich and flavoursome.

Tirril Bramble Gin

Hedgerow Gins

Our first flavours were fruits foraged in the hedgerows and green lanes of Cumbria and made into syrups by ourselves, which Andrew and his wife Kate then blend with their gins to make our range.

LANGDALE GOLDEN RASPBERRY

Possibly one of the world’s rarest gins.

We forage golden raspberries – once cultivated, but now run wild – on National Trust properties in the Lake District. They have a limited season and appear in even more rare locations, so each year only allows for an incredibly limited number of bottles. These are all sold from the National Trut’s Stickle Barn Tavern in Langdale. Although we do offer the odd bottle to charities to auction off.

Tirril Langdale Golden Raspberry Gin
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