Know your Gins at the Cambridge Gin Laboratory

If you want to know more about how your favorite gin is made, you don’t have to leave Cambridge to learn about it. At the Cambridge Gin Laboratory, you will develop a better appreciation of gins. But first, you must be 18 years old and above to visit.

 

Interested enough? Let’s discuss the different spaces that the Lab has to offer:

  1. The Classroom

In this space, you can learn about the history of gin, gin production, and how to create a professional-tasting gin. And with the help of lab experts, you can even create your customized gin.  You can explore the Classroom by appointment.

  1. The Study

Now that you’ve learned how gins are made, it’s time to sample the finest gins from Cambridge Distillery.  There are many options for you and your group.

  1. The Shop

So now we come to the part where you can purchase the gins for your consumption. You can mix your drinks, or you can also choose from the portfolio.

For serious gin lessons, you can attend the Cambridge Gin Masterclass.  The resident gin experts will teach you, and the rest of the group how to mix cocktails, and how to make your gin to mix in your cocktail or martini.  Pretty soon, you’ll be mixing drinks for your guests in the comfort of your home.

Gin masters will tell you that to create outstanding gins; you have to use the freshest ingredients. They also use the ones in season. And apart from the fresh ingredients, you have to distill each botanical ingredient individually. It’s a must to have the right temperature, timing, and pressure to get the perfect gin. Guests who have been to the Gin Lab developed a better appreciation of their gins.

So don’t take our word for it! Go to the Gin Lab, and get more ideas about gins and gin production. Head on over to 10 Green St, Cambridge CB2 3JU.  An hour and a half stay are enough to visit and tour the place.  Don’t forget to bring your ID to show proof of age.

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