‘Four Seas’ by Salcombe Gin a new bespoke gin for our 200th anniversary.
Salcombe Distilling Co, the luxury distillers famed for their award winning collection of Salcombe Gin have created a new gin in celebration of our 200th anniversary of saving lives at sea, alongside a rebrand on their Salcombe Rum ‘Island Street’ to support the RNLI.
The new classic London dry gin is a true celebration of British coastal community spirit and has been handcrafted with four key botanicals, each hand sourced from where the four seas surrounding the British Isles meet its rich and rugged coastline. With a love and mutual respect for the sea, for the next two years Salcombe Distilling Co. is proud to donate 10% of the net price of every bottle sold of ‘Four Seas’ by Salcombe Gin and their Salcombe Rum ‘Island Street’ to the RNLI to help save lives at sea.
Drawing influence from the British coastline, ‘Four Seas’ celebrates the courageous spirit of RNLI lifesavers who brave all weathers to help those in need at sea.
About Salcombe Distilling Co:
Nestled amongst traditional boatbuilders, Salcombe Distilling Co. handcraft their multi award-winning collection of Salcombe Gin at their waterside distillery on Island Street, Salcombe; one of the only distilleries in the world directly accessible by boat.
Inspired by journeys around the coast and across the seas, Salcombe Gin use only the finest ingredients and an uncompromising approach to distillation to create their collection of gins, each led by flavour and inspired by ocean adventure.
Mark Dowie, RNLI Chief Executive, said:
‘We are delighted to be partnering with Salcombe Gin and welcome their kind support. Salcombe Gin is made in my home town so I am hoping for great things!
‘For nearly 200 years, the RNLI has been saving lives at sea. All of the essential training and equipment for our lifeboat crews and lifeguards is only possible because of the donations we receive from our generous partners and supporters.
Our partnership with Salcombe Gin will raise vital funds to help us continue our lifesaving work.’
Further information and details, are available at salcombegin.com