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Southwest Dutchess Daily Voice serves Beacon, East Fishkill, Fishkill, LaGrange, Poughkeepsie, Wappinger & Wappingers Falls

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https://www.highclerecastlespirits.com
  • Tradition! Make Highclere Castle Gin One Of Yours

    Tradition! Make Highclere Castle Gin One Of Yours

    Holiday and tradition. Have two words ever been more synonymous? Following your grandmother’s recipes, going to Aunt Mary’s house for an annual feast, having the youngest pass out family gifts. Tradition at holiday time—Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s and any special day—provides comfort, gives us a sense of history and connects us to something greater than ourselves. At Highclere ...

  • 25th Time Is The Charm: Finding The Perfect Recipe For Highclere Castle Gin

    25th Time Is The Charm: Finding The Perfect Recipe For Highclere Castle Gin

    They say the third time is the charm. But sometimes, the fourth, 10th and even the 24th don’t fit the bill.Ask Adam von Gootkin. When it came to creating the right recipe for Highclere Castle Gin, to say the Highclere Castle Spirits CEO was picky is an understatement. “We took about a year to develop the recipe,” said von Gootkin. “I was adamant that it had to be a product that I ...

  • Highclere Castle Gin Evokes The Elegance Of A Time Gone By

    Highclere Castle Gin Evokes The Elegance Of A Time Gone By

    Picture it: A woman with her hair bobbed wearing a flapper-style dress dangles her gin cocktail from bejeweled fingers as she whispers in the ear of a man in black tie and tails. The magnificent halls, wall-size paintings, tables exquisitely set with china and stemware too numerous to count, the servants in their starched black and white. This is the Highclere Castle of a different ...