Hunters Cheshire Gin is the house gin at FSC Manchester. The Fairfield Social Club is definitely not what it sounds like – located in Archway 6, Temperance Street, Manchester, it is a unique venue with a fantastic selection of street food, craft beers from the North West and of course Hunters Cheshire Gin. Their house pouring gin, Hunters offers a unique flavour that helps to enhance the intrigue of the location. There are wood fired pizzas, a house DJ and a varied list of activities including films and special events. Hunters Cheshire Gin is a high quality, export strength London Dry Gin full of character – We’re so extremely proud of our premium export strength London Dry Gin. Subtle citrus overtones with a spicy fruit edge – fresh yet peppery, using apples from historic Norton Priory Garden’s orchard in the heart of Cheshire. A single batch distillation from a three hundred year old recipe, crafted from aromatic Balkan juniper berries and coriander, Iberian lemon and sweet orange peel, Florentine orris root, ground nutmeg from the West Indies, musky, nutty angelica from the Marais Poitevin in France, and fragrant Madagascan cinnamon bark. A unique and sublime fusion of the highest quality botanicals & export strength alcohol. The exact recipe for Hunters is a closely-guarded secret. As alcohol vapour is driven off, flavours and aromas are released into the spirit vapour giving Hunters Cheshire Gin its unique flavour. Because of this special distillation method, Hunters is a premium gin placed among the top division of world-renowned gins. Cheaper gins are neutral spirits with flavours added. These lack character and can quickly lose their flavour and aroma when mixers are added. All Hunters ingredients are natural, no artificial flavours, oils or essences are used. It is a Premium gin based on a 300 year old recipe, distilled at 43.3% that makes for a sublime gin with subtle citrus overtones and a spicy fruit edge.
Hunters recently supported the Mayor of Knutsford by donating some Hunters Cheshire Gin for his end of term charity ball, Knutsford is where the Hunters Cheshire Gin brand started its journey and has a very special place in our history.
Alcohol isn’t exactly considered a healthy lifestyle choice; more often than not, it’s associated with empty calories and bad decisions. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few benefits to drinking in moderation. In fact, gin is a spirit with a wealth of potential benefits to offer. Mi Juniper berries are an incredibly healthy fruit that carry a multitude of medicinal benefits. These super berries are also the main ingredient in gin. Used for centuries as an topical antiseptic, juniper berries can also help fight off coughs and lung congestion.
…Gin’s makeup helps to relieve the pain caused by achy joints, gout, and rheumatoid arthritis. Many people avoid gin due to its slightly bitter taste, but that lip-puckering flavour is an aid to the digestive system. The herbs used to create gin can increase both stomach acid secretions and digestive enzymes; this increase in fluids breaks down ingested food and allows for better digestion. Mi
You’ve heard of red wine’s anti-aging benefits, but did you know that gin offers a comparable effect? This drink, thanks to its natural ingredients, is packed with antioxidants that work to keep your skin fresh, dewy, and youthful. Have a gin martini, and you may be aiding in encouraging cellular restoration and overall skin restoration. Mi
Herbal remedies and teas can work wonders, and the composition of gin makes it an excellent choice for those who seek a more ‘natural’ alcohol. Made of juniper berries, coriander, cassia, nutmeg, sage, angelica root, and rosemary (among others), it’s a smorgasbord of natural and nutritious herbs. In short, gin is probably the healthies spirit on the market today. Mi
In moderation, gin may help your blood circulation as you get older, which can prolong life. Juniper berries also contain flavonoids, which have a whole slew of benefits for cardiovascular health: prevention of atherosclerosis and clogged arteries are just some of the amazing things they can aid in preventing. Mi
75 Engineer Regiment is an Army Reserve unit based in Warrington, Cheshire and Germany. The regiment has a unique role providing the British Army’s amphibious bridging and logistic bridging capability in support of the Land Component on both enduring and contingent operations.
Known as ‘Sappers’, when sourcing a gin for the officer’s mess they wanted to keep it local – Hunters was the obvious choice. Mi 5% of all sales go to supporting the upkeep of war graves and gardens.
The Memorial Garden, on the South East side of Chester Cathedral, contains the Cenotaph to those members of The Regiment who fell in the Second World War. It is wholly maintained by the Regiment and planted with The Cheshire Regiment rose.