The story so far. Rock Gin was an idea dreamed up while walking our dog (Blue) on Rock Beach, which we still do most days and we also photograph our gin on the same iconic beach.
We named our still Bonanza Boy after our favourite racehorse and now with the help of our Master Distiller it seems to be following its namesake and just keeps going producing great gin. We are now not only making our original dry gin in three sizes but also making Pink Rock Gin and Cornish Gold Rock Gin in the same size range. Our Pink Rock is a very dry gin enhanced by red grapes grown for us by our friends at the Pierre Gobillard champagne house in Hautevilliers. Our Cornish Gold Rock Gin is a fabulously smooth peppery gin made with nine botanicals including cubeb pepper from Indonesia.
As soon as we release a new batch of gin the friends and neighbours are called in for a tasting, then we take a taster bottle to Neil at The Little Gin Shack (a bit of an expert) then various gin clubs. Then only if they all approve do we bottle and distribute that batch. We are a small batch distillery and make our Cornish Gin with passion and a lot of fun and hope to continue being a small Cornish distillery.