The Tipsy Food Company

Meet the Newest Members of the Tipsy Team!

Our ‘nature to bottle’ philosophy stems from the Surrey smallholding we call home, where we try and grow as many of the fruits and herbs that go in our spirits. We also have space for a few animals and, when we remembered it was lambing season, we couldn’t resist getting these guys to come and

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What’s that on my Bottle?

To give an additional bit of foodie inspiration to our bottles, we’ve created an infusion mix for each of our spirits. Made up of the finest dried ingredients we could find, these are a great way of imparting additional flavour to your favourite drinks.  The botanicals in the “test tube” are specifically chosen to complement

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Mother’s Ruin? Not Anymore!

Back in the eighteenth century, Britain was hit with a dangerous “gin epidemic”, which sounds a bit more fun than the pandemic we’re living through, but was in fact really dangerous and disruptive! Cheap and easy to make, gin was being distilled and consumed in unbelievable quantities – with an estimated 10 million gallons being

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Doing our bit for the Planet

Here at The Tipsy Food Company, we take our responsibility to look after our planet very seriously. That’s why we’re committed to being carbon-neutral by 2025, so that we can be proud in the knowledge that we’re leaving our world in a better place than we found it.So what does this mean in practice? For

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Burns Night!

So, it wasn’t quite the Burns Night we – or, more to the point, all our friends in Scotland – are used to, but from what we’ve seen the occasion certainly didn’t go unnoticed! Plenty of our followers north of the border were tucking into the best of Scottish cuisine – that’s haggis, for the

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Snow Down South!

Our Northern friends can’t believe it – they’ve missed all the snow while we’ve got the sub-zero temperatures! It may make for a chilly day here at the office, but it really is beautiful, isn’t it? Now that we’ve (finally) finished taking pictures and building snowmen, we’re back inside boxing up bottles, packing cocktail kits

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Virunga Honey – Our Special Import

Way back in August, when we were drafting ideas for our signature spirits range, our team of chefs wanted a special ingredient that would give our rum a distinctive, sweet and delicious flavour. After plenty of searching (and a good deal of tasting too!), we stumbled across something we’d never even heard of – Virunga

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Tipsy’s Flavour Profiles

We love our range of exciting, original spirits flavours – and it seems everyone has their favourite… Some people just can’t get enough of our Exquisitely Curated Gin, with its heavy juniper base and distinctive hints of elderflower and heather giving it a fresh, floral, worryingly easy-to-drink flavour! For others, it’s all about the gentle


When we launched The Tipsy Food Company we were keen that it would give something back. We were thinking of ways we could do something meaningful and we were thinking about like minded charities, given we are all about liquid it seemed sensible to think about water. We are delighted to have partnered with Dig Deep, we are in awe of the work they do and really pleased that we can play our part.

By buying just one bottle of gin, you can provide a clean water tap to a school. For a child, this could mean the difference between dropping out of primary school and completing their full education.

Ben Skelton, CEO of Dig Deep

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