We’re not your average craft gin and our story starts quite differently to most. This story begins looking both backwards and forwards. It’s these kinds of juxtapositions that make our gin what we like to call ‘perfect pairings.’ – completely contrasting yet utterly compatible. We’re talking about those usual partners that bring out the best in each other, like gin and tonic.
Let us introduce you to a few of our favourite combinations.
TRADITION & INNOVATION
Based just yards away from the original Tunbridge Wells Pipe House, our team of alchemists carefully curates our recipes.
These are deeply-rooted in the rich tradition of gin, based on hundreds of years of expertise. Yet, simultaneously we are creators and innovators. Loving to experiments and invent.
EARL GREY & CUCUMBER
Meet our first creation, Earl Grey & Cucumber.
A harmonious if unexpected match! We wanted to create flavoured gin, that was delicious without being syrupy sweet.
We have many more combinations being curated in the lab, where we delicately infuse our gin with fine botanicals to create subtle yet memorable flavour combinations.
LARCOMBE & PRIESTLEY
Our founding team, Ben and Katie Larcombe & Sam and Emma Priestley. Each brings a different skill and quirk to the team but together they create exceptional gin.
Christmas Gin & Tonic A wonderfully Christmassy but ever so simple G&T. The citrus notes of our pink grapefruit gin pair so well with the warming notes of winter spices and festive orange. Ingredients - -50ml Pipehouse Pink Grapefruit & Thyme Gin-1 orange, sliced-1...
Pipehouse Spiced Apple Cocktail - Ingredients - - 2/3rd of a mug of hot apple and cinnamon tea - 150 ml of Cawston Press - apple and ginger juice - Cinnamon stick - 1 shot of Pipehouse gin - Garnish with an apple slice and star anise Method - Make a cup of apple and...
Summer Cup - Ingredients - 50ml Pipehouse Gin 25ml Pimms 25ml Lemon Juice 50g raspberries 1/2 a cucumber Method - Muddle the raspberries and cucumber. Add the gin, pimms and lemon, shake in a cocktail shaker. Strain over ice in a large wine glass. Top with lemonade...