A unique London Dry Gin, made using sustainability sourced botanicals from across the Peak District has been launched by Reap & Sow to help support the work of the Council for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE).
Reap & Sow distills and sells small batch, handmade spirits in a converted cowshed in the village of Barlow in rural Derbyshire.
The owners of Reap & Sow forage in the Peak District, where they enjoy walking and exploring the thousands of miles of pathways and tracks that run through the UK’s first National Park.
For Ade and Bec, the owners of the distillery, it was a dream come true to have the chance to work with the CPRE and to give something back to support the work of the CPRE so they can continue to maintain a beautiful part of the country.
£2 from the sale of every bottle goes directly to the CPRE Peak District & South Yorkshire, which was founded in 1924. Over the last 96 years the CPRE Peak District and South Yorkshire has worked hard to protect and enhance the park’s unique landscape.