New! Mandarin & Jasmine Gin

Barentsz Gin is excited to announce a completely new mandarin and jasmine gin, available this November – just in time for your Christmas preparations!

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New! Mandarin & Jasmine Gin

Barentsz Gin is excited to announce a completely new mandarin and jasmine gin, available this November – just in time for your Christmas preparations!

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3-4 July: Imbibe Live 2017

Willem Barentsz will be exhibiting at Imbibe Live, the innovative and interactive annual exhibition for anyone who sources, buys or serves drinks in the licensed on-trade.

Register for your ticket now and visit us at Stand B132.

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FOODISM: Happy Trail

If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? Well if you’re the lucky winner of London gin brand Willem Barentsz’s Jasmine Trail, the choice will be yours.

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INDEPENDENT: 8 Brilliant Ways To Celebrate World Gin Day 2017

The hallowed holiday takes place on 10 June, just in time to celebrate the end of the general election.

Once primarily used to treat scurvy-infected members of the Royal Navy, it’s fair to say gin has come a long way since the 1800s.

Last year, Brits consumed 19 million litres of the stuff while 40 new distilleries opened – and this year World Gin Day is back bigger and better. From a treasure hunt in London to a festival in Glasgow, here are the best places to raise a G&T (or three) across the UK this weekend.

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HELLO!: The Best Places To Celebrate World Gin Day In The UK

With sales surpassing £1 billion last year, there’s no more denying it – gin is the drink of the moment. This Saturday marks the ninth year of World Gin Day and to help you get into the spirit of things, we got in contact with DesignMyNight for the best places to celebrate across the UK. From an Indian-inspired gin garden in London to an entire juniper festival in Glasgow, there’s no way you’re staying in on the 10th.

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TimeOut London: Gin Festival Is Returning To London This Summer

London’s relationship with gin is a special one. The city’s come a long way from its Mother’s Ruin-soaked, Hogarth-documented, cat’s paw pressing dark days. Now you can barely move for artisanal bars and distilleries frenziedly sloshing out the juniper-infused super spirit. And rightly so – it’s frickin’ delicious!

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BOE Magazine: Spring Into Gin

Bright froths of yellow daffodils in gardens; gambolling lambs; Mini Eggs in the shops; sunshine breaking through April skies – winter is almost a distant memory and spring is here! Time to ditch the spicy Riojas and change it up for something all together more fresh – and nothing epitomizes the transition into spring more than a gently sparkling Gin and Tonic, ice clinking and lime wedge bobbing about. So in honour of April, we’ve roundup up the four gins to have on your radar in the coming months.

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foodism: Sweet Spot

This month, we run the rule over new-school gins, old and new world Bordeaux blends, port, rye whiskey and winter beers. We know you’ll be day-drinking on the regular over the next month of so. If dark spirits are a bit much pre-dinner, try out these cracking gins.

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imbibe.com: Willem Barentsz Dutch-Inspired Gin Unveiled

We’ll tell you about new gin Willem Barentsz in a minute, but the man behind the brand is worth an introduction too. Not only is Michael Claessens’ family behind the branding of spirits like Bacardi, Johnnie Walker and Bombay Sapphire, but he’s been a race car driver, and now created his own gin. All by the age of 23…

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Difford’s Guide Review & Tasting

Thank you to Difford’s Guide for their lovely review of Willem Barentsz Gin! Difford’s Guide is the world’s first and definitive cocktails, bartenders, bars, beer, wine and spirits information directory.

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Hands of Indigo Debut

Willem Barentsz joined pioneering Brazilian artist Yanna Soares for the debut of her luxury ‘Hands of Indigo’ handbag line on 1st September at Soho Revue.

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