As a craft gin maker have you considered a ceramic bottle over a glass one?
There are several benefits to doing so. Not just because ceramic moulds are cheaper to make – glass equivalents can be prohibitively expensive, eating into your start-up costs – but also due to the greater design options available. In short, a ceramic bottle means more flexibility in size and shape, with any number of colours to choose from, and finishes galore.
With gin-making more popular than ever, it’s vital that your brand stands out. And with a ceramic bottle, you can easily achieve it.
As suppliers to Nelsons Gin, Forrest Gin, Norfolk Gin, Castle Gin and McQueen Gin, Wade Ceramics is an expert in helping craft gin companies find the right bottle for their brand.
Contact us today to discuss your project.
Try out these cocktails and let us know how you get on using #TheCraftofStandingOut
WADE SALTY DOG GIN COCKTAIL
3 oz freshly squeezed grapefruit juice (plus 1 oz extra for rimming the glass)
1.5 oz gin
Grapefruit slices for garnish
Sea salt for cocktail glass
Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters (optional)
1. Fill one small bowl with grapefruit juice and another plate
with about 1 tbsp sea salt.
2. Turn an empty cocktail glass upside down, and dip into
the juice, and then into the salt.
3. Turn the glass back over, fill with ice and set aside.
4. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice, and add the grapefruit juice
and gin (and an optional 2 dashes of rhubarb bitters).
5. Shake for 30 seconds, then strain into the cocktail glass.
20ml lemon juice
20ml sugar syrup
10ml Creme de Mure
Crushed ice, blackberries and lime peel
1. Shake the gin, lemon juice and sugar syrup in a cocktail shaker, half filled with ice, for around ten seconds
2. Strain the mixture into a glass filled with crushed ice
3. Drizzle the Creme de Mure over the cocktail
4. Garnish with fresh blackberries or lime peel