Nothing gets in the way of a trip to the Cotswolds Distillery
Due to a road closure from Monday 16th October, you may be locally diverted whilst en-route to visit us at the distillery. This should only affect..
We’re so looking forward to welcoming you to the Whisky Harvest Festival at the Cotswolds Distillery in a few weeks' time. Below are some helpful deta..
Whisky Harvest Festival
Please join us for a historic day: the long awaited launch of the first-ever Single Malt Whisky made in the Cotswolds. To celebrate our spirit's 3..
IWSC Gold Outstanding
We rounded off July with some excellent news – the results from this year’s International Wine & Spirits Competition were announced. In previous y..
Worth the Wait(rose)
In some news that’s been a long time coming, we found out this month that bottles of Cotswolds Dry Gin  will finally be gracing the shelves of re..
Is there such a thing as 'English Whisky'?

We were recently contacted by the whisky blog The Whiskyphiles, who were putting together an article on the rise of English whisky. They wanted to know our thoughts on how we see ourselves and what makes us different to that lot over the border, other than geography.

Meeting your Maker - Nick, Head Distiller

With only a few months left until the release of our first Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky, we thought it might be time you got to know a bit more about the merry gang that make the stuff. And this week it’s El Jefe himself, Head Distiller and Distillery Manager, Mr Nick Franchino.

Meeting your Maker - Sarah

With only a few months left until the release of our first Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky, we thought it might be time you got to know a bit more about the merry gang that make the stuff. Notoriously difficult to pin down, we finally managed to bribe Sarah, the newest member of the distilling team, into giving us a bit of insight into what brought her to the Cotswolds Distillery.

The colour of a whisky is a major part of its visual appeal – the sight of a deep golden hue in a glass is enough to get the old olfactory glands twitching in anticipation. Whiskies come in a variety of colours, all brown-ish to be fair, but there’s a huge range within that – hay-coloured light spirits, deep mahogany ones. And that colour comes from the wood that it has matured in (caveat coming up…).

The ABV of a spirit or liqueur is something that doesn’t always get much attention, other than having a quick look to see if it’s a particularly strong one you’re sipping.

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