To celebrate the partnership of two iconic Northamptonshire brands, Northampton Saints have officially launched another collaborative bottle of Warner’s Distillery’s award-winning London Dry Gin, with a Black, Green and Gold twist.
The second limited-edition bottle released by Saints and artisan gin brand, Warner’s Distillery, incorporates the design of the original freehold map of the Franklin’s Gardens estate, which dates back to 1880.
Distilled in small batches, the Gin is made with 100% natural ingredients grown at Falls Farm in Harrington, and only a limited number of bottles will be available to purchase – with Saints’ first edition Gin selling out in just 25 minutes back in December 2020.
With both Saints and Warner’s committed to delivering success using ‘home-grown’ ingredients, Northampton Academy graduates Tom Collins, Danny Hobbs-Awoyemi and Reece Marshall were on hand at Falls Farm to participate in the bottling and labelling of the limited-edition bottles, just a stone’s throw from where the Gin was distilled.
“We had a brilliant day down at the farm, going behind the scenes of the distillation process at Warner’s and learning how their artisan Gins are made,” said Collins.
“This collaboration bottle looks fantastic and, of course, the product tastes just as good! It was cool to play our part in the bottling and labelling, and now we can finally all celebrate seeing our friends and family again, I know that Saints supporters are going to love sharing this Gin with each other.”
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