Bedale based Gin producers, Masons Yorkshire Gin have launched a new bottle design in honour of the brand’s Yorkshire roots.
The award-winning family run firm’s products will now feature a white rose design in the base of the bottle, having sourced the bottles from a West Yorkshire firm
Originally the symbol of the House of York, the emblem has since become synonymous with the county, and the new bottle also includes a depiction of the Yorkshire rose above the front label on all varieties in the Masons Dry Yorkshire Gin range, as well as a slimmer, sleeker shape.
Karl Mason, co-founder of Masons Dry Yorkshire Gin, commented: “There is no denying we’re proud of our Yorkshire roots and we’re excited to unveil our new bottle design this week reflecting our Yorkshire identity. The bottle itself is made by Allied Glass in Wakefield as we were really keen to use local suppliers for everything from the design through to the production.”
The new design which was launched at The Great Yorkshire Show come as the company celebrate their 4th anniversary since husband and wife team, Karl and Cathy Mason, launched Masons Dry Yorkshire Gin on World Gin Day in 2013.
Distilled using the traditional London Dry Gin method in a copper alembic still, Masons Yorkshire Gin is a small batch craft gin which has not only been recognised locally but also nationally and internationally with a raft of prestigious awards including Gold awards at The San Francisco World Spirits Competition and The People’s Drinks Awards, as well as being recently shortlisted for The White Rose Awards.
Mason’s products are stocked throughout the UK at a range of outlets from small independent stores to high-end retailers such as Harvey Nichols. For further information and to buy online visit www.MasonsYorkshireGin.com.