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Looking for something different to try with your cheeseboard? Try this!
Plum Isle of Wight Apricots are infused into Foxdentons London Dry resulting in a fruity and floral gin which goes down smooth and easy. Chill it down and pair with both hard and soft cheeses and enjoy!
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The Foxdenton Estate was acquired through marriage in 1367 and was passed through the Radclyffe family with Charles Radclyffe founding the Foxdenton Estate Company in 1935. Hunting and shooting was a common pass time at Foxdenton as well as making fruit liqueurs so when Nicholas Radclyffe had the company passed to him in 2001 he was keen to keep traditions alive. Nicholas continued to make fruit liqueurs from the old recipes and sticks to the philosophy of only making liqueurs that they themselves like to drink.
"We have decided to take the old recipes and concentrate on making what we know and love and I am proud to say that we only make what we enjoy drinking ourselves. We hope that this helps us keep Foxdenton Estate alive for another few hundred years." - Nicholas Radclyffe