Cremorne 1859

Cremorne 1859 is the creation of Charles Maxwell, owner of the Thames Distillery. The brand is a tribute to the Cremorne Pleasure Gardens, once a popular Victoran entertainment venue found on the bank of the River Thames in Chelsea.

The branding is the creation of Charlotte Cory, who drew on the Cremorne Gardens as inspiration to create the Victorian-style portraits with animals.

Colonel Fox's London Dry Gin 70cl

70cl | ABV 40% | In Stock

Colonel Fox's Gin traces its story back to the fictitous...more

(£18.32 ex VAT)