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Gin as a Tonic - Free Public Lecture with Staffordshire Gin Company

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University of Wolverhampton in Stafford

2a Staffordshire Place

Stafford

ST16 2LP

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Find out about the history of Gin as a tonic since the 1700's, its development over the years and its growth in popularity with craft gins.

The Staffordshire Gin Company had a dream to produce honest gin to reflect the integrity and pride of the local people. Their search for those elusive flavours took them on a journey through hundreds of botanical blends; often foraging locally during walks with their bull terrier.

Three exceptional blends have now been developed and refined into a respectful suite of flavours.

Staffordshire Gin is carefully crafted in their bespoke still at the birthplace of Lord John Cadman, the famous 19th century engineer who revolutionised the mining industry.

As their still is located in a renovated coal house they decided to name it ‘Cadman’ in honour of the man himself.

The key to creating fine gin is knowing your heads from your tails and to follow your hearts.

Join Jay and Claire for this enlightening lecture!

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University of Wolverhampton in Stafford

2a Staffordshire Place

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