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Sipsmith Distillery

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Sipsmith Distillery

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83 Cranbrook Road Chiswick, London W4 2LJ England
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267sally wrote a review Nov 2020
London14 contributions1 helpful vote
A small local distillery that is punching above it's weight! REally interesting talk and background on the distillery and gin making in general. The distillery is tucked away in a quiet residential street in Chiswick - fascinating to hear about its development, and great tasters of lots of different gins!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Passport620190 wrote a review May 2020
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Fun and friendly, and great experience. Amazing way to learn and taste great Gin - lovely innovative story too. Congratulations and good luck to all involved!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Deltablade wrote a review Mar 2020
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom454 contributions189 helpful votes
Really enjoyed the tour. Welcomed with a generous (& welcome) gin & tonic by Sandy & Henry, all very relaxed. Sandy then gave an informed and light-hearted insight into the company’s beginnings and 11 year history. We were introduced to Constance, Verity, Patience and Cygnet the copper stills that produce the gin. They produce in limited quantities, everything is clean and precise to give the brand its unique take on ‘Mother’s Ruin’. As we listened we were treated to able to sample different gins from the Sipsmith range, needless to say everyone was in good humour ..indeed my better half was getting quite light-headed . The tour lasted about 90 mins (allowing 30 mins or so time to savour the London Dry on arrival). It was once of the best tours of this type we’ve attended, Sandy made it entertaining as well as great fun with his humour and knowledge.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sarah C wrote a review Jan 2020
Surrey, United Kingdom14 contributions3 helpful votes
My daughter took me to this for my Christmas present. Had lots of fun making and drinking gin cocktails and also hearing about the history of gin and Sipsmiths. The guy running the class, sorry I can’t remember his name, was excellent informative and fun. I great evening I thoroughly recommend! They only do these once a month as it is different from the usual tours so worth looking out for!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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FifiD_london wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom226 contributions76 helpful votes
This was a Christmas gift , The distillery is on a residential road In Chiswick and not at all what we were expecting, it’s a very small operation for a company that sells gin all over the world . On arrival we were greeted with a hot gin and gingerbread drinks, not to my taste at all but that’s just personal preference. A lovely girl from their marketing team then told us the history of gin and the Sipsmiths founders during which we sipped 3 different varieties , two flavoured , an orange chocolate a sloe gin and a sip of the original. On leaving you are given a goodie bag with a little bottle of gin. It was a pleasant enough start to the weekend.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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