Painswick Rococo Garden is launching its very own artisan gin

The Cotswold attraction has teamed up with Sibling Distillery to create a special gin for visitors to enjoy, using fresh produce from its garden and raising money for its charity.

Popular Gloucestershire attraction, Painswick Rococo Garden, has created its very own, limited-edition gin – making use of the fresh produce from its kitchen garden to raise money for its charity.

Gin lovers can sip on a special blend of homegrown botanicals, with the profits from each bottle sold going towards the upkeep of the Cotswold attraction.

Produced by Cheltenham-based distillery, Sibling, the pretty pink gin is naturally infused with fresh raspberries and rosemary that have been grown at Rococo Garden, creating a refreshing spirit that’s perfect for summer tipples.

Those keen to get their hands on the limited-edition raspberry and rosemary gin can pick up a bottle from Rococo Garden’s on-site shop, making it the ideal souvenir for gin-loving visitors.

For more information about Painswick Rococo Garden, visit

By Annabel Lammas

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Wednesday 18 August 2021

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