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Great British Food Awards 2019

Raymond Blanc OBE This gin has a strong blueberry flavour that’s not too sweet. It has a delicate hint of lime to make it a fresh and enjoyable drink.

International Wine and Spirits Competition

Judges Tasting Notes One might not imagine samphire as the most obvious lead botanical in a Gin but by gum, they’ve pulled it off! Firstly this is a great Gin in its own right, with depth, complex flavour profile and a wonderfully resonant long finish. The samphire just adds a very delicate layer of saline lift on the nose and palate, a faintly salty tang. A really cleverly conceived and crafted Gin, Bravo!


Top five British gins: “you’ll experience a light, pleasant salinity that comes from their location on the Cornish coast.”

The Gin Foundry

Overall, there’s more than just an enchanting nature about Curio – it’s got true character that holds the attention.

Susy Atkins, The Telegraph

Curio Rock Samphire is one of the most characterful gins I have tasted recently. How to drink it? With a few flakes of Cornish sea salt sprinkled over a neat shot. Served, of course, on the rocks.

Vogue: Most Wanted

Their Curio gin uses rock samphire from Cornish clifftops and distilled with Cornish spring water, presenting a gin that’s exceptionally smooth, distinctive and curiously attractive.

Evening Standard: ES Best Food & Drink

The result is an enjoyable short drink served solo over ice but also contributes to a G&T as refreshing as a day at the seaside.

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