6 O’clock Gin is reaching out to all dads in lockdown to give them the chance to enjoy a unique Father’s Day drinking experience at home. Any father who receives a bottle of the brand’s Brunel Gin will enjoy an exclusive gin masterclass inspired by the famous engineer and a charity donation to the SS Great Britain Trust.
Bristol based distillery, 6 O’clock gin, which is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this year, has paid true homage to the great British engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel with their Brunel Gin.
Handsomely presented in an iconic black and copper bottle, Brunel Gin is a unique ‘export strength’ strikingly smooth London Dry gin, which has picked up multiple awards and a loyal following.
Exquisitely engineered for a more complex flavour profile, extra juniper has been added to six new botanicals – green cardamom, nutmeg, cumin, cassia bark, cubeb pepper and lemon – for a bolder, richer taste; an earthy sweetness combines with citrus freshness for a dry spicy yet smooth finish. And at 50% ABV, this ‘giant of a gin’ is the perfect present for father’s day.
For every bottle of Brunel Gin sold on the 6 O’clock Gin website, £1 is donated to the SS Great Britain Trust who opened the new ‘Being Brunel’ museum on Bristol’s Floating Harbour in March 2018.
As well as this, customers will receive a complimentary gin masterclass, shot at the distillery and hosted by 6 O’Clock Gin ambassador Tristan Darby. In this video, gin-loving dads will learn the best way to serve their Brunel Edition gift, from classic cocktails to simple ‘lockdown’ home recipes, as well as learning about the Great Briton Isambard Kingdom Brunel himself.
Michael Kain, Founder of 6 O’clock Gin, said: “Brunel has huge appeal. His engineering achievements are visible in our bridges, tunnels and railways around the UK, and he is remembered with people, places, businesses – and even a university – named after him. It was an easy choice for us, as some of his most famous work is here in Bristol.”
This exclusive Father’s Day gift can be purchased for £43 from the website: www.6oclockgin.com @6oclockgin