Mother's day treats with gin
An indulgent treat for mum including a bottle of our award-winning Rose pink gin
A selection of sweet and savoury delights presented with a bottle of our award-winning Rose pink gin, an indulgent treat for mum on her special day.
Presented in a Chatsworth gift box containing:
- Small-batch rose pink gin 70cl | World Gin Award Winner 2022
- Classic blend tea 125g
- Dark Cherry shortbread biscuits 150g
- Praline collection 140g
- Gin bar truffle collection 105g
- Rosemary & eucalyptus candle 150g
- One of our Paxton botanical journals
Allergens present; Milk, Hazelnuts, Soya, Gluten (wheat), Egg,
Not suitable for nut allergy sufferers
Small batch rose pink gin
Using select botanicals sourced from the grounds and greenhouses of Chatsworth, this London style gin is distilled by Peak Ales at Cunnery Barn on the Chatsworth Estate. Although it is in fact a clear gin, the subtle perfume of the roses is evident and the petals impart a slightly sweet finish.
Roses have been synonymous with the garden at Chatsworth since 1939, when Duchess Mary, wife of the 10th Duke, remodelled the original French Garden into a Rose Garden. She enclosed it with a yew hedge and planted hybrid tea roses including Buff Beauty, Felicia and Savoy Hotel.
The rose continues to be carefully cultivated at Chatsworth, most notably the Duchess of Devonshire rose, the Chatsworth rose and the Joseph Paxton rose whose petals have been picked, mixed and incorporated into this rose pink gin.
The Chatsworth Estate Farm Shop range
We take pride in the produce we create - sourcing specially created products some using our own recipes and recipe development. We taste our products at each stage of development ensuring that our Chatsworth products are best in class, in fact several are award-winning!
For a full list of ingredients, please contact us.
The Joseph Paxton botanical collection
Joseph Paxton (1803-1865) was the Head Gardener at Chatsworth from 1826 to 1858. Paxton proved to be the most innovative garden designer of his era, and remains the greatest single influence on Chatsworth’s garden.
The images featured in this collection are from Paxton's Magazine of Botany & Register of Flowering Plants, published in 16 volumes from 1843 to 1849. These volumes are part of the Archive within the Devonshire Collections.