You will love the crimson colors of the hand harvested fuschia for our Gin. So, because of this we appreciate the great work is being done by all those busy harvesting for us during these fine days. And we also like how the colors deepen with more shades of purple as they are dried. But while the penultimate stage of the package may not be as photographic we love the Gaelic name ‘Deoiríní Dé’. This is translated as ‘The Lords Teardrops’ as seen on the label . And we Islanders have always held this shrub holds in the highest respect.
And we know that is why our Cape Clear Island Gin, rarely disappoints. For we have worked hard to achieve a perfect blend of these wonderful flavors of fuchsia, honeysuckle and laminaria digitata. We take no chances by harvesting them all in their prime.
So if you are visiting Cape Clear Island an see our harvesters at work, please salute and remember to bring a bottle or two home with you. Seachas é seo ar fad is iontach an radharc atá againn ón láthair oibre agus sinn i mbon na tascanna riachtanacha chun jin Chléire a sholáthar. Is brea linn bualadh le cuairteoiri agus sinn i mbon oibre agus scéal iontach Drioglann Chléire a scaipeadh don Domhan Mór. Cléire abú. Drioglann Cléire abú.