Warner Edwards

W.E. are Warner Edwards, great friends, craft distillers, and creators of award winning hand-crafted artisan gins.

From their 200 year old barn on Falls Farm in the picturesque village of Harrington, Northamptonshire, Warner Edwards carefully and lovingly distil a range of fantastically smooth and aromatic craft gins.

They use their farm’s natural spring water, grain spirit and home-grown ingredients. Each batch is small. Every single bottle is carefully handcrafted by Warner Edwards, from the filling to the wax seal and label finishing.

Warner Edwards: Curiosity copper still

The intense smoothness of Warner Edwards gins comes from their bespoke copper still, ‘Curiosity’. The still was handmade in Germany by the Arnold Holstein family. Curiosity is the heartbeat of Warner Edwards business. Upon Curiosity’s arrival in 2012, she was the first of her kind in the UK.

Curiosity’s 500 litre pot produces their world-class gin, using the best possible method – London Dry one-shot distillation.

Copper is extremely important in the rectification of our spirit and Arnold Holstein hold the patent for an additional part of the traditional column called the catalyser. This turbo charges the removal of impurities from the base spirit and botanical recipe resulting in a much purer and cleaner spirit.

The Range

Each batch of craft gin is small. Every single bottle is carefully handcrafted by Warner Edwards, from the filling to the wax seal and label finishing.

Harrington Dry Gin was Warner Edwards’ first gin. The global award-winning Harrington Dry Gin is truly sophisticated with a well-rounded and complex palate.

Harrington Elderflower Gin was inspired by Tom’s mother Adèle. This gin which only uses fresh, handpicked elderflower from their farm.

Harrington Sloe Gin is Warner Edwards take on the classic. Award-winning Harrington Dry Gin is steeped with sloe berries handpicked from local hedgerows.

Victoria’s Rhubarb Gin: Made using a crop of rhubarb originally grown in the kitchen garden of Buckingham Palace during the reign of Queen Victoria.