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Only Irish people living under a rock wouldn’t have heard of Gunpowder Irish Gin at this stage, but for any of you across the water, let me introduce to you Drumshambo Gunpowder Irish Gin. Named after a small town in Leitrim, Ireland, also the place where…

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Pinkster Gin is a British gin, famous for its unique colour and a fresh take on the norm. You may think that bringing out a pink coloured gin was a genius marketing idea to stand out in the crowd of gins on the shelf, but although it is a great idea, it…

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A little bit of for everybody is at a festival hosted by The Plough Inn in Hillborough!  The best Irish Craft Beer & Gin distillers are coming to showcase their finest products, all in one place over a massive 3 day festival. Enjoy the BIGGEST bank…

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We all know already that there is a huge Gin trend happening in Ireland, largely due to the release of many delicious Irish craft gins to the market. Many bars are now catering for this craze by increasing their range of gins for gin connoisseurs to test…

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Do you like cruises? Do you like Gin?? Then you’ll be delighted when I tell you that a very special Gin Cruise is coming to Lough Derg on the 22nd of April!  All aboard the Gin Cruise for a gin masterclass from the gang in Halewood Spirits & West Cork…

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Malfy Gin It seems to be a touchy subject when you ask where gin originated, some say England, some say Holland, others will say Italy. Officially its Holland,  but there are unconfirmed report that it was produced well before in Italy. Either ways, any…

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For those of you that know me and have read my recent review of Poachers Well Rosemary and Orange Tonic here, you will know I’m a huge fan of Irish produce, but also a huge fan of this beautiful tonic from Poachers Well. I enjoyed it immensely with…

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WIN A GIN AND TONIC EASTER EGG  You must complete all instructions on the social media post.  Republic of Ireland residents only Competition ends Sunday 26th March Over 18s only No cash alternative is offered No friends and/family of the organisers can…

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Celebrating it’s 1st Anniversary, Conrad Dublin launch “Gin & Oyster” evening at Lemuel’s To celebrate the 1st Anniversary of new Conrad Dublin’s brasserie (The Coburg) and bar (Lemuel’s), they ‘re hosting a Gin & Oysters evening featuring premium Irish…

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For the past few years, Irish Gin has been one of the fastest growing business’s and exports in Ireland. So it was no surprise that a gin would be breaking the U.S market and become one of the fastest growing spirit catagory imports in North America.This…
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