Papillon Gin is created in a small distillery nestled deep within the Dartmoor National Park. They marry traditional gin botanicals with Dartmoor flavours: gorse, hawthorn and rowan berries, chamomile and specially grown local Devon violets.
It is named Papillon for the Pearl Bordered Fritillary, an endangered Dartmoor butterfly that feeds on wild violets, and are donating 1% from every bottle sold to 'The Butterfly Conservation Project' protecting fritillaries in the local area.
Papillon gin is made with fresh Dartmoor spring water from a nearby hill farm where the Pearl bordered Fritillaries frequent.
Nectar for both the gin drinker and the butterfly.
Dartmoor, Devon, UK