Castle Gin

Locally distilled locally to Hammonds the superb Castle Gin is a must have for any gin connoisseur. Using Foraged botanicals from the Cheshire and Staffordshire countryside this white gin is best served with plain tonic and orange peel.

Castle gin is carefully made using ingredients sourced from our garden, hand selected for the ultimate combination. They macerate the botanicals for up to a fortnight to make the perfect blend.

Once distilled, each batch is rested for up to 5 weeks before bottling it in batches of 25 bottles, this allows the flavours to fully infuse and gives our gin a truly exceptional taste.

Castle approached world famous Wade Ceramics and commissioned an exclusive bottle, the combined design and shape makes the bottle stand out as an addition to any bar, pub or home collection.

Castle Cocktails

Bees Knees


50ml gin

Splash of fresh lemon juice

Tsp Honey

Lemon twist to garnish


In a cocktail shaker stir a generous teaspoon of honey with a splash of water at room temperature.

Mix until the honey dissolves.

Add the gin and lemon juice.

Fill with ice and shake.

Strain into a chilled Martini glass and garnish with a lemon twist.

Then enjoy the perfect bees knees!



50ml gin

12.5ml lemon juice

12.5ml sugar syrup

12.5ml Creme de Mur or Chambord

2 blackberries and a lemon slice to garnish


​Fill a cocktail shaker with ice​, add the lemon juice, sugar syrup and gin then shake for 10 seconds

​Now fill a rocks glass with crushed ice, strain the contents of the shaker over the crushed ice.

Finally drizzle the Creme de Mure or Chambord over the mixture then garnish with the blackberries and lemon.

Now enjoy!

Elderflower Collins


50ml gin

20ml lemon juice

10ml sugar syrup

10ml elderflower cordial

​Soda or lemonade to finish depending on whether you prefer it sweet or sour

Sprig of rosemary to garnish


​Add ice​, gin, lemon juice, sugar syrup and a dash of elderflower cordial into a cocktail shaker, shake for 10 seconds.

​Pour over ice into a high ball glass, top with soda or lemonade and add the rosemary to garnish.

If you want it a little different top it with prosecco instead of soda/lemonade to make an Elderflower Royale.

Castle Gin