The Edge Gin
Our London dry gin has been receiving rave reviews since we made our first batch in October 2018. A various blend of botanicals, all working in perfect harmony, together with our unusual botanical "Wolfberry" has made our gin sublimely smooth and very moreish. Each sip of our London dry gin will keep your taste-buds guessing and enthralled as to why it tastes so good!
We have taken our dry gin and given it a boost of orange zest to make our L'Orange Gin. No added sugar or sweeteners, just enough orange so as not to overpower the delicately smooth gin.
Our latest gin is another delightful twist on our London dry with the addition of fruity pears to give a refreshingly crisp and flavoursome Pear Gin.
Wolfberries: A powerhouse of antioxidants
Merlin and Arthur working hard to make you a great gin!
Alcoholometer testing and bottling area
Mike and I have been fortunate in our lives to have been able to have travelled the world extensively over the last 18 years due to our work on cruise ships. In doing so, we have eaten and drank in some of the most famous places in the world. We have had a Singapore Sling in Raffles, a daiquiri in El Floridita and a mojito or two in La Bodeguita to name but a few that we can remember!
As glamorous as travelling the world for a living sounds, it can be very tiring living out of a suitcase and dealing with jet-lag all the time, so when the time came for us to settle down in one place we had to decide what our next chapter in life would be...we decided on #Gin!
Clare & Mike at The Edge Distillery
Drink of this and take thy fill,
for the gin falls by the wizard's will.
The Wizard's Well can be found on the magical outcrop of Alderley Edge in Cheshire, famous for its legend of a band of warriors who reputedly lie sleeping in a chamber below ground, ready to awake in a time of crisis to save their country. The carving of the wizard and the inscription, which reads 'Drink of this and take thy fill for the water falls by the Wizhard's will', were reputedly created by local stone mason Robert Garner in the 19th century.
Local people think that the wizard is none other than Merlin, and that the sleeping king is Arthur. They believe that Arthur waits there with his knights of the round table and that one day they will return in England's greatest hour of need....due any day now!