Springfield Manor Lavender Gin | The Gin Is In
Distillery: Springfield Manor Winery and Distillery
Date Reviewed: June 4, 2017
Springfield Manor is both a winery and distillery. What you might not realize is that it’s also a lavender farm.
The manor has 2,500 plantings of lavender which span many cultivars including both English and French Lavender. The former which is used in their Springfield Manor Lavender Gin.
You might expect that a distillery that also maintains a lavender farm, may have some expertise in how to handle to delicate herb. You’d be right. Springfield Manor Lavender Gin adds their lavender via post-distillation maceration, resulting in a delicate lemon chiffon hue. But what’s most exceptional is the way that lavender’s distinctive floral, bright aroma is preserved nearly perfectly. Springfield Manor Lavender Gin smells like fresh lavender. Click here to continue reading!