Lanigans is a busy Dublin city centre pub which this year won best regional / and best overall pub at the 2018 hospitality awards for Ireland . It is a uniquely gothic style of pub and it’s full of character and style. Superb food served all day to compliment the lovely gin selection.
Mil Irish gin has a unique taste of the Mediterranean and is delicious served with orange/lime, juniper berries and fever tree tonic.
Míl is an Irish pot still gin, distilled with fragrant Mediterranean botanicals and bursting with southern sunshine. The concept for Míl Gin began with a team of ‘ginthusiasts’ at the Pearse Lyons Distillery, based in the refurbished St. James Church in Dublin’s Liberties. Inspired by the links between this historic site and the Camino de Santiago in North-West Spain, where tradition has it St. James is buried, they began exploring recipes for an Iberian-Irish fusion gin. This voyage of discovery led them to Míl, the mythical Spanish warrior who’s descendants are said to have populated Ireland, bringing with them the warm flavours of the sun. Míl Gin captures the essence of this expedition, suffusing pure Irish gin with the taste of the sunny Iberian peninsula – land of Almonds, Basil, Bergamot Orange, Gooseberry, Juniper, Olive, Orris, Rosemary and Thyme.
Perfect serve: Míl Gin is best served with a wedge of grapefruit and a basil leaf.
As part of the Irish Gin & Tonic Festival 2018, Míl Gin and Ha’penny Gin will be ‘popping up’ in the Conservatory of House, Dublin 2 on Monday 25th June from 6-9pm!
Join us for a G&T evening featuring Classic Ha’penny Dublin Dry Gin & Ha’penny Rhubarb G+T’s served from the Ha’penny cart! While refreshing Mediterranean style Míl G+T’s will be stirred up, whilst you sit on the Míl Gin Vespa and await your order!
There will be lots of gin, tunes and competitions on the night!