In a nutshell: A tangy and tart gin a perfect blend of fresh rhubarb, Bramley apple and juniper distilled in Herefordshire.
The lowdown: To create this tangy and tart number Chase's GB gin is used as the base to which the addition of the rhubarb and apple gives it a really piquant character and in which you'll also find some warming hints of cinnamon. Naturally it makes a great G&T and also cocktails like rhubarb and bramley apple Rickey, or rhubarb and bramley apple basil gin smash.
The Chase story started in Potato farming in Herefordshire and Tyrrells crisps was the original enterprise where Will Chase had his success. After the sale of this business he landed on the notion of using his potatoes for distilling into vodka and gin as his next venture.
Neatly surfing the rise in popularity of craft and artisan spirits they've built a diverse range of premium spirits and are now one of the leading producers of home grown spirits.
Further diversification has led to the establishment of Maison Williams Chase in the south of France from where they produce a range of wines including a classic Provence rosé.