Do you consider yourself to be a gin connoisseur? Well, if you’re in the market for a botanical fusion of smooth, moreish gin, you’ve come to the right place.
You can find our Dragon Slayer gin in a number of places scattered around our County Durham-based distillery.
So, whether the North East is your permanent residence, or you’re just passing through, here are five places you can find our high-quality gin.
We had to include our local! They supported us right from the beginning, after all.
‘The Fox’ is located right on the riverbank of The Tees in the rural, but quaint, village of Neasham.
We highly recommend heading to the pub when the sun is shining – the beer garden is fantastic, it’s an idyllic place to listen to the river and enjoy a chilled glass of your favorite drink.
We bet you can guess what our go-to drink of choice is…
But, if one glass isn’t enough to quench your thirst, you can purchase a whole bottle of our small batch dry gin at Roots Farm Shop in Northallerton.
Take your pick: we have both our Sir John Conyers Dry Gin, and our Sir John Lambton Strawberry and Mint Gin on offer – it might be too hard to choose!
If you’re just passing through the area and want to take a piece of the North home with you, you’ll love it at The True North Emporium.
The gift shop has a whole host of trinkets and treasures to remind you of your time in County Durham, including our delicious gin.
We can proudly say that even after you drink up, our bottle is stunning enough to keep on display – an ideal way to take a piece of the North’s history with you.
For all the ladies (and gents) who love to brunch, this one’s for you.
Station 5 is a cosy bistro which serves a delicious variety of cheese, meats and sweet treats.
It’s a lovely bistro to visit with your besties for a catch-up over great food, and of course, our great gin.
Angels Cut is the place you want to be if you’re a lover of trying new drinks.
The Darlington-based bar hosts a variety of the world’s best-selling spirits, wines, and beers.
If you decide to try it out, you’ll find a few bottles of Dragon Slayer standing proudly on the shelves.
To see the full list of places that stock Dragon Slayer, click here.