A LESSON IN BOTANICALS, WITH SUPPORT FROM AGNES ARBER

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Anastomosis is "a cross-connection between adjacent parts of a network"...

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The Agnes Arber Story

1948

On 24 May 1948, Agnes Arber became the first woman to receive the Gold Medal of the Linnean Society, a world-famous institution dedicated to the study of natural history. Arber was born in 1879 to artist Henry Robertson who passed down to her his technical drawing skills, utilised by Arber throughout her education and career in the study of plant anatomy. As a botanical historian, she focused her scientific research on flowering plants under the wing of her mentor, morphologist Ethel Sargent. By the time of Arber’s death in 1960, she had published an extensive library of books on both botany and philosophy, ending with 1957’s The Manifold and the One, an exploration of the concept of universal unity. 

It is with an appreciation for Arber’s work – her dedication to discovering all the intricacies and wonders of the natural world – that we have produced this gin: a convergence of nine herbs and fruits, distilled together in Langley Distillery’s affectionately named Jenny, one of the oldest working copper gin stills in the United Kingdom.

FLAVOURS THAT FLOURISH

NINE BOTANICALS, POT-STILLED TO HONOUR A PIONEER

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"ALL IS LIGHT & BRILLIANCY" - Charles Dickens Made with the same traditional method of gin distilling that was used in Agnes Arber's time, our gin is a convergence of nine studiously sourced botanicals and pure, clean alcohol.

Pour a measure of Agnes Arber Gin and the first thing you’ll notice is the heady scent of earthy Juniper on the nose. 
Take a sip. Not a hint of artificial sweetness will you find. Just balance. Light and refreshing lemon and sweet orange at the fore, an unusual hint of liquorice and the warming finish you expect from a quality craft gin. 
Agnes would be proud. 

 

For the perfect serve, we recommend garnishing your Agnes Arber gin and tonic with a wedge of pink grapefruit. 

The Botanicals
Angelica – Cassia – Coriander – Grapefruit – Iris – Juniper – Lemon – Liquorice - Orange

  • Strength of flavours leans towards orange, lemon and juniper.
  • Available in 5cl and 70cl bottles.
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Agnes Arber Rhubarb

Agnes Arber was the first woman to receive the Gold Medal of the Linnean Society; a world-famous institution dedicated to the study of natural history. Through her spark and passion, she maintained excellent academic results throughout her career - publishing an extensive library of books on both botany and philosophy.

With Arber Gin, we wanted to create a fitting tribute to honour a true pioneer. A convergence of nine pot-stilled botanicals: juniper, coriander, angelica, cassia, lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit and liquorice. From the original illustration, we wanted to introduce a splash of colour; One more flavour in a beautifully balanced array of skilfully selected flavours. So after distillation, the gin is infused with a luscious tartness of rhubarb.

  • Strength of flavours leans towards orange, lemon, juniper and rhubarb.
  • Available in 70cl bottles.

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