Foxhole Spirits adds to its portfolio for the festive season

17 November, 2017

Foxhole Spirits has released a new range in time for Christmas.

Last year the West Sussex-based producer launched Foxhole Gin, which is distilled with a spirit made using English grapes from Sussex vineyards.

The producer has now released Foxhole Gin: marc 3, which is its third limited release; as well as a Gift Pack and 5cl miniatures for the same marc 3 gin.

Foxhole Gin: marc 3 – named after the French name for the pulpy mass of skins, flesh and pips which is left after pressing grapes – has been made using the rare and valuable by-products from the 2015 Sussex grape vintage. The 70cl variant is priced at £40.

The Gift Pack for this gin, which is strictly limited to a run of just 500, contains a 70cl bottle wrapped in copper foiled paper and adorned with an antique copper Foxhole Spirits pin badge. The Pack is priced at £45.

The "perfect stocking filler" Foxhole Miniatures are priced at £6.95 each.

Co-founder of Foxhole, James Oag-Cooper, said: “We are delighted to mark the end of a great year for Foxhole Spirits with a new range. We are particularly proud of the marc 3 Edition Gift Pack; fully recyclable it supports our sustainable values but maintains a very premium and special feel, perfect for gifting. Meanwhile, our stylish miniatures offer a fun introduction to the brand.”

Foxhole was founded by Oag-Cooper and Sam Linter. Along with the grape spirit, the premium London Dry Gin is infused with the botanicals: juniper, coriander, angelica root, orris root, liquorice root, bitter orange, fresh lemon zest, grapefruit zest, angelica seed and diluted with natural spring water. 




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