Salcombe Gin to create ‘world’s first crowdsourced gin’ to raise funds for the NHS

Robyn Black

Robyn Black

02 April 2020

During the event, Nickels will go through the distillation process and share insights on how to create a good gin.

Participants can interact during the process, suggesting their favourite botanicals, vote on the final recipe, and name the new gin. They can then pre-order the gin at £37.50 for 500ml via

All proceeds will go to the NHS Charities Together COVID-19 Urgent Appeal, the official NHS fund dedicated to supporting staff and volunteers who are working to care for COVID-19 patients.

‘It is vital that while we are all faced with these uncertain times that we stay connected and continue to lift each other’s spirits. With this live distillation we want people to get together and have some fun while also creating a great tasting new gin, which can be enjoyed at home,’ said Nickels.

'We have received an incredible response to our complimentary hand sanitiser for the health care and public services and it is important to us that we continue to support the amazing staff and volunteers who are working tirelessly during the covid-19 pandemic.’

Join at 7pm Thursday 9 April 2020, Instagram Live @Salcombegin



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