Really interesting finding out how this favorite tipple of ours is made and sold! Great guide - and the samples included helped to make this a memorable part of our trip to Plymouth!!
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My husband and I went with some friends for a tour this week. We really enjoyed the tour, it was very interesting learning about the different botanicals and having a tasting session with a few different gins. Definitely recommend it. My husband has mobility issues...More
I am so pleased that we were able to accommodate your husband and that you all enjoyed your visit.
Booked the short tour in advance and went on Saturday 17th June. Nice and cool on a very hot day. Tour guide was friendly and knowledgable. Lovely old building. Well worth the £7 as you get a free gin and tonic in the bar afterwards....More
Thank you for your review, pleased you enjoyed your visit.
This is a small distillery with a really informative tour, good value for money... everything very clean, lockers are provided for your personal items. We had booked in advance .. lucky we did as it ended up pouring with rain that afternoon and everyone had...More
Very interesting tour all about the History of Plymouth Gin and learning about the botanicals that flavour the gin. Tour included 2 samples and a G&T in the cocktail bar and £1 off a bottle. Bargain!!
Absolutely brilliant way to spend an hour and half. Informative, interesting, interactive. Oh and you get to try some gin! Blind tasted 5 well known gins, learnt about the different botanicals and what effect they have on the taste. Surprising results when we learnt which...More
Thank you for the review. Pleased you enjoyed the experience.
What a great 40 minutes with Becci our tour guide. Her knowledge and passion was infectious. Want to come back again for the 2 hour experience
I have to agree she is a great guide. Thank you and I shall pass your review on to her.
Visited recently whilst in the area, in advance booked the Gin Connoisseur's Tour, at £20 per person appears a bit expensive but is well worth it if you like gin and history. It is located in a touristy area of Plymouth with plenty of restaurants...More
Thank you for the lovely feedback, pleased you enjoyed your visit.