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The Reliquum London Dry Gin is Made from Leftover Farm Produce

 - Oct 17, 2018
References: reliquum.uk & foodbev
The amount of food waste that is being created on a worldwide basis has many consumers seeking out products and solutions to help them reduce their impact, which is where the Reliquum London dry gin has come in to help out.

The gin was created by third-generation Essex farmer Pete Thompson who utilized an eau de vie that was crafted from apples on his farm that would otherwise be considered waste. This yielded a citrusy libation that is reported to have the mellow floral sweetness of apples to make it ideal for cocktails of all kinds.

The Reliquum London dry gin was explained by Thompson, who said, "We are very proud of this London dry gin, but it is only the first step in our journey towards creating a genuine single estate gin, using ingredients entirely sourced from the fields and orchards of our farm, here in Great Oakley on the north-eastern tip of coastal Essex."