Country English Gin
Distillery/Brand Puddingstone Distillery

Campfire Cask Aged Gin

The Hertfordshire-based Puddingstone distillery create their Campfire Gin in a pair of stills (named Isabella and Amelia), and allow a portion of it to mature in ex-bourbon casks from New York's Kings County distillery. Tasty stuff, perfect for enjoying by... Well, by a campfire, obviously. It's in the name.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The cask maturation has imparted a subtle earthy vanilla element to the gin, pairing well with the roasted hazelnut and coffee cherry notes. Juniper still stands sturdy at the centre.

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Campfire Cask Aged Gin
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Winner of 1 spirit awards

Aged Gin - 2022
The Gin Guide Awards

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Reviews for Campfire Cask Aged Gin
Absolutely stunning!
We were lucky enough to stumble across this distillery a few years ago whilst on holiday. The cask aged gin is absolutely superb - a real standout flavour that give a beautiful twist to your g&t.
Liz G , United Kingdom
one year ago
Something Different
One of the core range of gins made by Puddingstone Distillery theIr Oak Aged is something different and well worth a try
Richard N , United Kingdom
3 years ago
well made with the versatility of a good bourbon or gin
Stunning sipped neat or try, as we did, in a negroni. We met the distiller who described this as complex and confused. Well if that's what makes a genius then it is
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago