This summer let your spirits go wild and enjoy a taste of nature with the most refreshing summer tipple around, NEW Fresh Citrus Vodka from Wyre Forest-based Wildjac Distillery
A fresh and zesty vodka distilled with Worcestershire Endeavour hops and Lemon Thyme, this beautiful, hand-crafted spirit boasts bright citrus notes on the nose followed by crisp lemon freshness and coriander warmth on the palate, with an orange, grapefruit and lime finish.
A blend of 12 beautiful botanicals – many homegrown and locally foraged – including elderflower, pink grapefruit, eucalyptus and bergamot form this exceptionally smooth citrus English vodka, which is batch distilled at Wildjac’s eco-distillery, located in the heart of the beautiful Wyre Forest in Worcestershire.
As delicious as it is sustainable, Wildjac Fresh Citrus Vodka is hand-bottled within 100% post-consumer recycled glass bottles featuring recycled labels, FSC certified wood stoppers and biodegradable closures. Each bottle also comes with a book of wildflower Seedsticks to encourage people to affect change by supporting their local habitat.
Ideal mixed with soda and garnished with fresh lemon, Wildjac Fresh Citrus Vodka (70cl, 37.5% ABV) is available from Wildjac.co.uk (£29).
Chris Sadler, Co-Founder, Wildjac Distillery said: “We’re delighted to be officially launching our Fresh Citrus Vodka in time for summer as one of our core range of eco-friendly spirits. Wildjac Distillery has over 150 years’ worth of distilling experience behind it and we’re passionate about sourcing the very highest quality botanicals & spices from our beautiful location in the Wyre Forest.
“We’ve taken great care in ensuring that our Fresh Citrus Vodka impresses with its clean, light, smooth taste and we think it makes the perfect base for spring cocktails, sipped neat over ice or perfectly paired with soda and fresh lemon.”
A truly sustainable business, Wildjac is part of the 1% For The Planet programme which sees 1% of all sales revenue given back to charities and organisations including the Wyre Forest Community Land Trust, Trees for Cities and the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.
To discover more about Wildjac Distillery visit www.wildjac.co.uk or follow @wildjacspirits on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.