Kuro gin set to launch in the UK

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Kuro, a London Dry Gin is launched recently in London. The company says the botanicals used in Kuro include silver birch bark, spruce needles and bamboo activated charcoal.

Crafted at the Langley Distillery, which has been distilling gin since the 1920s, it boasts a range of copper pot stills dating back to the mid 1800s – Kuro Gin is distilled in a 300 litre copper still in collaboration with Langley’s master distiller, Rob Dorsett.

Craig Fell, managing director at Kuro commented: “Kuro has been 18 months in the making and we’re delighted with the end-product. This is something completely different in the world of gin, and I hope to have captured the experience of the Hakuba Valley alpine slopes in every serve of Kuro. What started off as an idea during apres-ski has developed through many stages and taste tests, and I’m keen to hear the trade and industry verdict on our unique blend of botanicals.”