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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…


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.

Hazel Paterson, Metro

This brand new artisan gin from Mullion in Cornwall is made using Cornish rock samphire and local spring water. Produced by husband and wife team William and Rubina, Curio gin is quadruple distilled with 15 other fragrant botanicals, including…

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