Trevethan Gin was inspired by the 1929 recipe of Norman Trevethan, a chauffeur who lived and worked on the Port Eliot estate in Cornwall for Lord and Lady St German in the 20’s and 30’s.
Influenced by regular trips to 1920’s London with the St German family and experiencing the gin and cocktail bars of the time, Norman decided to put a Cornish twist on a classic spirit.
Fast forward to present day and Normans Grandson, Rob Cuffe and Distiller, John Hall have recreated the Trevethan family recipe to share with the Gin revolution of the 21st Century.
The gin is powerful in flavour with a big traditional hit of juniper, citrus notes and a smooth finish of vanilla and handpicked gorse and elderflower.
Trevethan Gin was featured in the launch of Little Gin Box in June / July 2016.