Chase (formerly Tyrrells) were originally potato farmers. So, what would you traditionally do if you have a glut of produce? Distill it, of course! They don't only produce potatoes though , chase also has orchards, so naturally, they would use apples in their gins. The name 'Elegant 48' comes from the 48 different verities of apples they use. A few other interesting botanicals include elderflower, Bramley apple and hops! Sweet green apple on the nose, with touches of elderflower and juniper. More crisp apple on the palate, with the juniper shining through. Refreshing citrus finish. We would recommend East Imperial Burma Tonic, garnished with Apple for a great G&T.