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Foxhole Spirits and The Plotting Parlour to Host Exclusive Gin Event

Monday 15th May 6.30pm at The Plotting Parlour

Foxhole Gin

West Sussex based producer Foxhole Spirits and Brighton’s finest cocktail bar ‘The Plotting Parlour’, are hosting a special event on Monday 15th May to celebrate the successful launch of Foxhole Gin’s second batch.

Local gin lovers will have the opportunity to taste the new batch of Foxhole Gin – the first ever gin to be distilled with wine made from English-grown grapes picked from Sussex vineyards – and enjoy some expertly crafted gin based cocktails and delicious canapés in the beautiful surroundings of The Plotting Parlour’s upstairs bar.

Tickets for the event are available via Eventbrite priced at just £5 and include one complimentary Foxhole Gin & Tonic on arrival, one complimentary Foxhole Gin cocktail and a personal tasting of Foxhole Gin with Foxhole Spirits co-founder James Oag-Cooper.

Luke Loddo, Bar Manager of The Plotting Parlour says: “We’re massive supporters of small batch producers, especially those which are on our doorstep.  Foxhole Gin is not just a great gin, it has a great story behind it too, so we’re excited to give our customers the opportunity to taste it and meet the people who make it.” 

Tickets are limited – gin fans are advised to book early to secure a table.


About Foxhole Gin

Foxhole Gin is the first gin to be distilled with wine made from English-grown grapes. Founders of Foxhole Spirits, Sam Linter and James Oag-Cooper created the unique spirit after pursuing their passion for sustainability and utilising by-products of winemaking.

Foxhole Gin reflects the characteristics and flavours of the English countryside. Along with the grapes, this premium London Dry Gin is also infused with the botanicals Juniper, Coriander, Angelica Root, Orris Root, Liquorice Root, Bitter Orange, Fresh Lemon Zest, Grapefruit Zest, Angelica Seed and diluted with natural spring water.

Foxhole Gin takes its name from the narrow, winding Foxhole Lane that leads to the vineyards that the grapes are sourced from. For more information visit

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