Lively perlage, intense scents of white flowers & apple, fresh, elegant, soft, pleasantly sugary.
Light pink color with cydamen tints, fine & persistent perlage, fruity with strawberry scent
Crisp white fruit, fresh and lively, releasing fresh vegetable notes with a fine finish that is both tangy and tonic
Pale gold with fine and persistent bubbles. A fresh, delicate nose showing good complexity with hints of citrus and white fruit
White – Fresh & Zesty
Pale colour with green reflections, fruity aromas & a natural pinprick sensation, harmonious & silky (vegan, organic)
Yellow apple, pineapple with wild meadow herbs. Elegant acidity, a fine structure for ripe fruit
A classic Mosel Riesling- raceiness, fruit, bite, elegance and lightness. Very refreshing
White – Round & Aromatic
Pale yellow colour with pink reflection, wild flowers & lime, crisp, elegant and fresh
Tropical fruits with subtle herbaceous flavours. The dry, lingering palate springs to life with zingy and zestful characteristics synonymous with the Marlborough region
Flint, gooseberry and grass. Crisp lemony finish
White – Oaky & Complex
Aromas of tropical fruits with citrus, fruity flavours combine with a balanced minerality & freshness
An eight-month aging on fine less, white flowers & fruit bouquet, fresh & elegant with citrus hints
Hand picked grapes, soft, inviting aromas of whit flower & citrus, full & textured palate of peach, apricot and ripe pineapple
Red – light & Fruity
Hand picked, macerated for 5-6 days, fruity, well-balanced flavour, hint of red berries & floral notes
Sweet red and black fruit, fine and velvety, intense, live and delicious
Aromas of Bing cherry, raspberry, red plum, lively acidity, flavour of berries & tealeaf
Red – Bold & Spicy
Purple red, fruity aromas or Tempranilo, fresh, complex and harmonious in mouth
Brooding savoury & spicy, pepper & black cherry, soft, smooth and a length of plum flowers
Red – Rich & Smooth
A bouquet of red fruits, chocolate & coffee notes, elegant flavours of black fruits and liquorice
Intense bouquet, black berried fruits, well balanced, velvety and elegant lingering finish
Gloriously luxuriant wine with dark cherry and a little marzipan that combine to elevate this wine to deliver powerful sweeter fruits and balanced tannins
Fresh aromas of white flowers & fine citric notes combine with green apples. Crisp and fruity
Delicate yet expressive, ripe red berries, white peach and flowery aromas such as rose and Jasmine
Dessert & Fortified
Bright gold with tints of green, ripe pear & apricot jam; sweet & clean, lingering and balanced acidity
The wine has aroma that reflects the minerality of the soil with a hint of citrus fruit. It is well balanced with candied fruits and peach aromas. Long length with subtle spice flavours
Bouquet of dried fruits, wood notes and delicious hints of chocolate. Smooth & velvety, long and delightful finish
GIN – The 21st Century’s Modernization
Water of Juniper barriers
“In the morning, at nine at night Drink of the same water at each time an ounce Is good against the gravell in the limbs and in the bladder It causes the urine to come out and well to piss”
Vertuose Boke of Distyllacyon, 1500 AD.
From Gray Regans book ‘The Joy of Mixology’ we recommend the 1:2 of Gin and Tonic ratio to create your own mixture. Follow the instructions from your server and enjoy the experience.
All the Gins are served 50ml with tonic, botanicals and a surprise spoon
The innovation represents our chefs’ love of spices, the combination of cumin, aniseed, ginger and nutmeg in distilling then flavoured with fresh baby coriander, kaffir lime and bay leaf – topped up with Mediterranean tonic. An experience not to be missed!
This claims to be the first gin to use fresh rather than dried peels. The impression is of a slightly confused bachelor lost in a seraglio. Our colleagues’ favourite. We served with mix of natural tonic, lemonade, grapefruit, half chorused juniper berry and parsley.
Its most notable claim to fame is the use of a small amount of saffron post-distillation, giving it a light lemony hue. Served with strong Indian tonic water, orange, mint and saffron.
Langley’s gin refers to the eight secret botanicals used and distilled in West Midlands. It’s quite crisp with coriander and celery and spice follow on alongside understand secret. Served with tonic, celery, lemon and basil.
Beefeater changed the term of G&T which becomes Gin and Tea. The original base uniquely flavoured with Japanese Sencha and Chinese green tea. Our serving style boosts this remarkable gin another level of flavouring by adding clementine, rosemary and bay leaf with hint of French Earl Grey.
The name comes from the third Gin Act of 1736 which impose £50 licence on Gin retailers. The pallet is fat and sweet with lots of sage and lavender as the juniper becomes more assertive. Served with liquorice, raspberry, mint and sage which cut through the classical oiliness of the botanicals.
10 botanicals left for 12 hours to allow the flavour characteristic to fully infused and distil with refined Cotswold water. Served with grapefruit, lemon zest, juniper and bay leaf.
The idea of Very Junipery Over Proof (V.J.O.P) Gin- is to add the juniper in three ways to allow to extract different notes from the same ingredients. As they said this is not the Gin for the faint-hearted or those who like things on the perfumed side. Hence we topped up with elderflower tonic, jelly, lemon and more junipers.
The is one of the most unusual of the New Gins- claimed to be a true Mediterranean so we mirror the flavour by adding olives, thyme and rosemary with Mediterranean tonic and celery.
G’vine is made from the noble and smooth grape spirit. It is a smooth and sophisticated canvas for a fine selection of 10 botanicals gently distilled with the exclusive vine flower. Served with grape, kiwi and raspberry.
It pens a beautifully aromatic nose of predominately citrus and floral notes with a hint of spiciness served with crisp and clean Q tonic and added flavour of Satsuma slice, rosemary and coffee beans.
When e’en a bowl of punch we make,
Four striking opposites we take;
The strong, the small, the sharp, the sweet,
Together mix’d, most kindly meet;
And when they happily unite,
The bowl is pregnant with delight.
[From Oxford Night-Caps, 1827]
Adapted by David Wondrich from “Order Book of the Bombay Government”, August 13, 1694. The earliest description of this Punch is made with plum jigger, lime, Sri Lankan coconut flower “Ceylon Arrack”, rum nutmeg and garnished with fruit punch jelly and topped with lots of East India Gin. Joy Ho!
Beer and cider
|A clean, refreshing lager, hint of citrus and herbs, perfect for spicy food|
|Premium & smooth Indian lager|
Juices and Soda
Within the majestic setting of Blenheim Palace, an ancient spring has been supplying natural mineral water to king Queen, Duke and Duchess for centuries The superior quality of the water was discovered be Kind Henry II when he hid his secret love at Blenheim and built her a pleasure and by the side of the lake.
|Blenheim Place Still Mineral Water 700ml||£2.45|
|Blenheim Place Sparkling Mineral Water 700ml||£2.45|