In the Cheshire countryside, Nick Wadeson founded the independent distillery three years ago from small woodland premises. It now operates from a large distillery and gin school. On the edge of the Combermere Estate, Three Wrens now craft hand-distilled, home-grown gins opposite Cholmondeley castle, where they originally started. With a background in mixology, Nick soon began exploring new and unique flavours which helped him to create over 10 unique award-winning flavoured gins, including the extremely popular Bison Grass and Apple Crumble flavours.
Exquisite Citrus Gin won this award for 2023 despite being launched less than a year ago. Presented in a stunning translucent yellow bottle, the gin’s expression contains Jara lemon, Italian Bergamot, Kumquat, Pomelo & Shikuwasa. A ‘white lady’ cocktail or Mediterranean Tonic are the best accompaniments.
Nick Wadeson, Founder of Three Wrens commented; “It feels amazing to say we are distillers of the best gin in the country and I am absolutely elated after being invited to attend the grand final in London last night. To even be considered amongst the world’s best is a huge honour. Knowing we came from small beginnings in Cheshire and are now known all over the globe is a feeling like no other. I am so proud of my team – they really are the pride of the region.”
England’s Best Gin award is added to Three Wrens’ fast-expanding trophy cabinet. Only recently has the company taken home prizes including Cheshire’s Drink Producer of the Year and the Golden Fork at the prestigious Great Taste Awards.
The World Gin Awards is a global affair, selecting the very best in all internationally recognised styles of drinks. Judges select, reward, and promote the world’s best drinks to consumers and trade across the globe.
Three Wrens distillery is located at Juniper House in the Park View Business Centre where visitors can enjoy a gin-tasting tour or distilling experience. Or, simply just purchase a bottle from the distillery’s on-site bar and shop.