Three Little Hedgepigs
The perfect introduction to our foraged, fruity and fabulous range of pudding gins.
This adorable boxed gift set contains 20cl bottles of Cambridge Gage, Wild Bullace and Quince, and Zesty Elderflower.
And thanks to our charitable partnership, you’ll be doing your bit to help the nation’s dwindling hedgehog population.
Cambridge Gage – 28% abv
This full-flavoured tipple is made with a member of the plum family noted for its sweet honey taste.
A cheeseboard winner, its also wonderfully refreshing served with Fever-Tree Spiced Orange Ginger Ale and a lemon wedge.
Wild Bullace and Quince – 29.8% abv
Made with Suffolk quince and bullace foraged from the hedgerows of East Anglia.
The little known bullace is a variety of plum, and quince belongs to the same family as apples and pears.
Our team of foragers spent days on their hands and knees rummaging around the hedgerows. Well worth the effort as the resulting taste of the unusual quince and bullace pairing is like little else.
It’s a cracking little digestif served over ice and will certainly liven up a champagne cocktail, but our favourite is with a splash of ginger.
That’s 50ml Wild Bullace and Quince and 100ml Fever-Tree Ginger Ale with loads of ice and an orange peel garnish.
Zesty Elderflower – 29.8% abv
For many foragers, elderflower is the jewel in the crown.
True to form, we only use homegrown and local wild elderflower giving this luscious liqueur citrus notes and a zingy flavour.
Best appreciated ice-cold with pudding, or serve with Fever-Tree Indian Tonic and an apple slice for an invigorating cocktail.
FREE delivery if you spend £40.00 or more. Delivery charge is £5.95 to most UK mainland addresses.
PLEASE NOTE – this will be delivered by courier and requires 18+ signature. We will happily deliver to a work address, if easier.
£1.50 from every Three Little Hedgepig sale is donated to the British Hedgehog Preservation Society. The plight of the hedgehog makes for desperate reading. In rural areas, numbers have fallen by half over the past two decades. These snuffly little fellows have a special place in people’s appreciation of nature and as business rooted in the countryside, we’re delighted to be supporting the fine work of the unsung heroes at this fine charity.