Chase Seville Marmalade Gin
After farming potatoes for 20 years, William Chase decided to turn his potatoes into crisps (Tyrells) and then into alcohol. He sourced a traditional still to make a vodka base and eventually upgraded to a bespoke rectifying column to refine his craft. The first batch of Chase Vodka was made in 2008 after being enamoured by his creation.
The Seville Marmalade Gin is carefully crafted by copper pot distilling their gin with an abundance of Seville orange peels creating a zingy and crisp gin with wonderful sweet bursts of fresh orange and zesty citrus.