We are now halfway through the 12 Gifts of Christmas competition, and the sixth business involved is PUDDINGSTONE DISTILLERY!
Puddingstone Distillery, named after a rare local rock formation, crafts exceptional gin inspired by the outdoors and a sense of adventure. Husband and wife team Ben and Kate Marston carry out every part of the process, from selecting and preparing botanicals, distilling according to their own unique process, resting (the gin and themselves), to bottling and labelling. Then, and only then, do they release each of these bottled treasures from their Chilterns-based distillery so that they may begin their own adventure.
Puddingstone Distillery have donated a bottle of Campfire London Dry Gin housed in its own gift box. The Gin is infused with ten botanicals including rooibos, sweet, fresh orange, hazelnut and piney juniper, and its sweet fruity middle and rich nutty end sit right on the boundary between the classic and contemporary styles.
‘We are fortunate to live and work in a small rural town with an active and supportive community so when the opportunity arose to take part in the Rural Business Awards 12 Gifts of Christmas campaign, which will ultimately give back to other rural communities who are not so fortunate, we really wanted to take part.’Kate Marston
This means that mid-way through the competition, the value of the hamper is £183! The Rural Business Awards will match the overall value of the hamper as a donation to the public’s chosen charity. Follow the links to cast your vote in our Twitter or Facebook polls.
Remember, if you want to be entered in the prize draw to win the hamper, share and comment on one of our 12 Gifts of Christmas posts on social media before 5pm on 12th December 2018.
For more information on the 12 Gifts of Christmas competition, read our launch blog.
To learn more about Puddingstone Distillery, go to their website: www.puddingstonedistillery.com