Hot on the heels of their recent success at local food and tourism award ceremonies, Hotham’s Gin School and Distillery has now been recognised as Yorkshire’s ‘Experience of the Year’ in the prestigious White Rose Awards 2019, as well as winning silver and bronze awards in three more categories.
A boutique distillery based in the Old Town of Hull has won a silver award in the 2019 International Wine and Spirit Competition, placing their gin amongst the world’s top spirits.
Competing against the world’s best gins, Hotham’s Distillery has been awarded 91 out of a possible 100 points for their Hotham’s Cardamom Gin in the ‘Flavoured Gin’ category, coming third out of 60 finalists in the category.
Pride in Hull has joined forces with award-winning Hull Gin School and Distillery Hotham’s to create a limited edition Pride gin that not only tastes fabulous, but also raises funds to help support the annual event.
The special recipe is packed full of citrusy zing and with only 50 bottles distilled, you'll need to be quick to get yours!
Hot on the heels of their recent success at local food and tourism award ceremonies, Hotham’s Gin School and Distillery has now been shortlisted in four categories at the prestigious White Rose Awards 2019.
The shortlist for the 2019 White Rose Awards has been revealed with 103 finalists in the running to win one of the highly coveted trophies. The event, which celebrates the very best in food, drink, accommodation and visitor attractions in Yorkshire, will take place at the Leeds First Direct Arena on Monday 25th of November.
A Hull company established just 14 months ago is celebrating double success at local food and tourism award ceremonies.
Hotham’s Gin School and Distillery of Hepworth’s Arcade, Hull, picked up the Garbutt & Elliott Food Entrepreneur ‘Taste of Yorkshire’ Drink Award for their Hotham’s Cardamom Gin last week.
Only a week later, Hotham’s was thrilled to win the Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Award 2019 (REYTA19) for Remarkable Food Experience for their Hull-based Gin School, which has attracted visitors from as far afield as Brazil and New Zealand. The awards, which aim to recognise the best of the local tourism industry, saw fierce competition between record number of entries and 72 finalists on the night.