Pencil Studio Uses Stained Glass As Inspiration For Revered Hubert Winter Gin Liqueur’s Label

by Rudy Sanchez on 11/25/2019 | 1 Minute Read

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Winter is a time for revels and celebration, but also a time when even casual parishioners might find themselves sitting in a pew. UK based Pencil Studio also turns to church for Revered Hubert’s Winter Gin Liqueur label, using a stained glass-inspired illustration for the warm and  seasonal libation.

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“The Reverend Hubert Bell Lester (1868 -1916) was a charming and caring man who also enjoyed a good party.

He created his winter liqueur recipe in 1904 for the joyful Christmas gathering of his army colleagues and congregation. Over the years, the original recipe was fine-tuned according to wherever in the world he was stationed.

Today, Thomas Lester, the Reverend’s great-grandson, has updated the original formula, recreating it entirely by hand.

The result is a balanced, warming, smooth gin liqueur bursting with aromatic notes of dried fruit, winter spices and the freshest organic orange and lemon zest from Amalfi.”

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