The Lakes Distillery

The Lakes Distillery has been making award-winning spirits in Cumbria since 2014, why not #buybritish and sample the signature whisky, vodka or gin (or indeed all three) for yourself this Easter weekend. The Lakes Distillery are also doing their part in the fight against coronavirus, read on to find our more.
7th Apr 2020
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The Lakes Distillery is a whiskymaker with an artistic ethos. The distillery practises holistic whiskymaking, with their whiskymaker at the helm throughout the spirit's journey through the distillery and beyond. His single-minded focus at every stage provides continuity of character; our assurance that every flavour possibility is achieved. Why not see for yourself and order a bottle of The One Signature:

The One Signature

£39, 46.6% ABV

Singular by name and nature, The One Collection is a range of whiskies which showcase the role of casks in flavour creation. As the signature release in the collection, this is a blend of The Lakes Single Malt and select Scotch grain and malt whiskies from the Highlands, Speyside and Islay, married together in The Lakes’ own bespoke casks.

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If whisky is is not for you, then don't despair, try The Lakes Gin or The Lakes Vodka instead:

The Lakes Gin

£33, 46% ABV

Gently distilled with the luxury of time for exceptional smoothness, The Lakes Gin is a classic English gin with vibrant notes of juniper, cracked black pepper and orange peel.

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The Lakes Vodka

£35, 40% ABV

Awarded the title of ‘World’s Best Vodka’ in 2019, this ultra-smooth English vodka retains the characteristics of the finest British wheat for a sweeter, more rounded flavour.

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A word on coronavirus from The Lakes Distillery:

While we can not help by making hand sanitiser, we have thrown all of our IT and computer processing power behind a project called [email protected] The details can be found in this blog post (which also explains why we can’t make hand sanitiser). It is a way for businesses to lend their idle computing power to support scientists and help them to run faster medical simulations and crunch data, speeding up the search for a cure. It’s really easy to do and something everyone can help with from businesses to people with home PCs.