We went along to the new Gin Nights on Saturday at this lovely, cosy cafe in the centre of Sidmouth. They serve their own distilled Sidmouth Gins with some unique flavour combinations. Their Sea Shore gin made with seaweed harvested from the local beach was of particular note. Crisp and refreshing with pleasant subtle undertones it was delicious served with straight tonic and a slice of lime. Next we tried the Rhubarb gin which when combined with a ginger infused tonic it was sharp, bold and left me wanting another glass.
This cafe is a family run affair utilising all local produce and also sells many unusual and quirky preserves and products. The rhubarb mead was also a little gem. The staff were so friendly, welcoming and took the time to chat about the gins and their products.
This cafe is well worth going to
when visiting Sidmouth. I will be returning.
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