On 24 May 1948, Agnes Arber became the first woman to receive the Gold Medal of the Linnean Society, a world-famous institution dedicated to the study of natural history. Born in 1879, Arber achieved excellent academic results throughout her youth, and quickly became an historian of botany under the wing of her mentor, plant morphologist Ethel Sargent. By the time of her death in 1960, Arber had published an extensive library of books on both botany and philosophy.
Arber Rhubarb is a delightful twist on our convergence of nine pot-stilled botanicals: juniper, coriander, angelica, cassia, lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit and liquorice. After distillation, the gin is infused with the delicious signature tartness of rhubarb, one more in a beautifully balanced array of skilfully selected flavours.
AGNES ARBER RHUBARB GIN IS NOW AVAILABLE TO ORDER FROM YOUR LOCAL DEPOT!