Military Spirit Gin

Inspired by the Military Spirit co-founders Claire and Pete's combined 50 years of military service, this gin is distilled in Catterick Garrison.

Military Spirit Gin

Inspired by the Military Spirit co-founders Claire and Pete's combined 50 years of military service, this gin is distilled in Catterick Garrison.

Military Spirit Gin

Inspired by the Military Spirit co-founders Claire and Pete's combined 50 years of military service, this gin is distilled in Catterick Garrison, where they first completed their basic military training. For every bottle of Military Spirit Gin sold online, a donation of £4 will be given in support of SSAFA.

The intriguing gin is an enticing blend of native British botanicals with both historical and current military connotations:

  • The fragrant citrus piquancy of lime flowers used to calm soldiers during WWII
  • Bitter undertones of yarrow, also known as Soldiers’ Woundwort, a natural styptic used to help staunch bleeding during many historic battles
  • Coconut aromas of gorse, synonymous with UK military training areas
  • Sweet apple flavor of hawthorn berries and the fresh cleansing taste of heather flowers, symbolic of admiration and protection

Military Spirit co-founders Claire and Pete explain why they have decided to partner with SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity as:

An opportunity to requite the military community to which we are fortunate to have belonged for the majority of our lives. SSAFA provides crucial lifelong support across the entirety of that community and we feel privileged and thrilled to be raising awareness and beneficial funds in support of their invaluable work.

- Military Spirit co-founders Claire and Pete

 

We are delighted to be partnered with Military Spirit, through which we hope to raise awareness of SSAFA's services, providing lifelong support to our Armed Forces, veterans and their families. This partnership will allow SSAFA to raise valuable funds that will assist us in our continued mission to relieve need, suffering and distress to support independence and dignity within these communities.


- Jonathan Sandall, the Director of Fundraising for SSAFA