If you love Afternoon Tea, as well as a G&T, you’ll love our G&Tea Parties.
Our three hour G&Tea Parties& are taking place between April and September at our distillery nestled in the countryside of the picturesque Surrey Hills
Starting at 12:00 we’ll take you on a guided tour of the distillery. You’ll learn about the history of gin, Silent Pool and the botanicals we use to create our unique flavours before rounding off the day with a tasting of our favourite Silent Pool seasonal spirits.
Then, when you’re ready, you’ll enjoy everything you love about a classic English Afternoon Tea, from delicate finger sandwiches to delicious cakes, biscuits and traditional Breakfast Tea. However, no party would be complete without a G&T, which is why you’ll also receive our award-winning Silent Pool G&T in a complimentary Copa glass.
No problem, you’ll also receive a £5 off voucher to use in our on-site shop.
If you love afternoon tea, as well as a G&T, why not celebrate with us?
Should you not find a date that works for you please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to see if we can arrange a tour specially for you and your group.
Silent Pool Gin contains honey so is not suitable for vegans as does our Honey and Grapefruit Gin. We have other gin based products as alternatives.
Information for Coeliacs:
Silent Pool Gin is produced using a wheat-based ethanol, however, this should not be a problem for coeliacs. Even when a cereal that contains gluten is used as an ingredient, all spirits are distilled during the manufacturing process and as this removes any trace of gluten. Therefore, all spirit drinks (including malt whisky which is made from barley) are safe for people with coeliac disease.
Having said this, the distillery is not actively 100% gluten free and therefore there is the possibility of trace amounts being present. For this reason, it is dependant on the severity of the allergy, so the decision is left up to the customer.
Contains gluten, dairy and may contain nuts. Unfortunatley, alternatives will not be available.
Footwear and Clothing
On the stroll up from the Silent Pool Car Park, there are some uneven surfaces. We recommend comfortable footwear and clothing appropriate to the forecast weather.
Distillery site accessibility
We have a limited number of Disabled parking bays outside the distillery.
All other vehicles we ask to park in the public Silent Pool Car Park. A lovely two-minute stroll from us.
We advise during the winter, with the dark evenings, anybody attending a 7pm tour to bring a torch as the public walkway up to us is not well lit and we would hate for anyone to injure themselves getting to or going from their tour.
Coaches will need to drop its passengers in the public Silent Pool car park as access to the site is narrow.
Mini buses with up to 24 seats will be able to drive up to the front of the distillery to drop off passengers before parking in the public Silent Pool car park.
Sorry, the distillery is a foodstuffs production area so, pets are not allowed onsite. Please do not leave animals in unattended vehicles. There is plenty of nearby walking if one of your group is energetic and volunteers to look after the dog during your visit…
G&Tea Party Bookings
Silent Pool Distillers Gin Experience vouchers (card type) can now be redeemed against these tours at the rate of £20 per place shown on the voucher.
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