The Norfolk Hospice launches gin with WhataHoot

The Norfolk Hospice launches gin with WhataHoot
Pictured L to R: Nicky Crown, Tammy Green, Lyndsay Carter, Jason Crown, AJ Bonnett

Local charity The Norfolk Hospice Tapping House have collaborated with King’s Lynn-based distillery WhataHoot to produce a gin bottle to raise vital funds.

With each bottle of The Norfolk Hospice Signature Dry Gin sold, £5 will be donated directly to the Hospice to support their vital work in the community.

The gin will be available to purchase on the WhataHoot website and at their distillery on King Street from Friday 16th July, retailing for £30.

Hand-distilled at the distillery in the heart of historic King’s Lynn, WhataHoot Signature Dry Gin is a refreshing blend of traditional botanicals including juniper, coriander and citrus, perfectly balanced with the iconic Norfolk flavours of sea-samphire and lavender for an incredibly smooth finish.

Anglia Labels kindly paid for the materials for the gin bottle labels and Prontaprint generously designed these free of charge.

WEB The Norfolk Hospice Gin

Nicky Crown, Owner of WhataHoot, said: “We wanted to support The Norfolk Hospice as it’s a local charity very close to our hearts. They do an amazing job caring for patients undergoing palliative and end of life care, as well as their family and friends, and they are invaluable to the local community. We are delighted to be able to help.”

Lyndsay Carter, Chief Executive at The Norfolk Hospice, said: “It has been wonderful to work with the team at WhataHoot and their enthusiasm, hard work and generosity has been fantastic. We are extremely grateful for their support following such a challenging year and we look forward to developing our partnership.”

If you own or manage a local pub, bar or restaurant and are interested in stocking the gin, please contact AJ Bonnett on aj@whatahoot.co.uk.

You can purchase a bottle of The Norfolk Hospice Signature Dry Gin online at www.whatahoot.co.uk/nh and at the WhataHoot distillery at 7a King Street in King’s Lynn.