We were delighted to pick up a copy of Tristan Stephenson’s new book about gin – The Curious Bartender’s Gin Palace, and read his enthusiastic review of Hepple Gin. He describes Hepple as “probably the most important gin distillery to open this decade.”

Of the gin he says: 

“The finish is dry spice and oily, resinous, but clean feel. Benchmark stuff. Good for anything you throw at it.”

While we’re still new on the scene it’s rewarding to have such a positive review.

Our friends at publishers, Ryland, Peters & Small are now offering you the chance to win a copy of the book, plus a bottle of gin in this great competition.  Win a copy of The Curious Bartender’s Gin Palace >

The Curious Bartender’s Gin Palace is a great read taking you on a captivating tour of the world’s finest gins and distilleries. The author, Tristan Stephenson, is a master mixologist and shares some spectacular cocktails including a Purl and a Rickey.

The book uncovers gin’s origins in the middle ages as a herbal medicine through to the dark days of the Gin Craze in mid-18th Century London, right up to the renaissance it’s going through now with the birth of hundreds of new distilleries producing craft gin.

Published by Ryland, Peters & Small in May it’s available to buy through their web site.

The Curious Bartender’s Gin Palace >