GROVE FEVER: HOSPITAL HISTORIES!
“In 1899 the Grove Fever Hospital opened in Tooting Grove and specialised in infectious diseases, hence ‘fever’! Most of the original Hospital building was demolished 50 years ago to make way for St George’s Hospital, proudly serving this corner of South-West London.”
The newest gin to the trio, Grove Fever gin is inspired by St. George's hospital and created by Zach, alumni of the university. The people who work and study at this hospital are at the heart of Tooting. This recipe is handcrafted, created in my nano distillery with total love and care, to make something truly yummy and unique.
- Devil’s claw,
- Orris root and
- Angelica root
A slice of Orange and a sprig of thyme or rosemary. Serve with a great light Indian Tonic and make it a double
feel this gin is so versatile and can be used in any old classic and a modern twist. One that gets my top vote is a cucumber melon and grove fever gin spritzer. It can be adapted to any fruit that is seasonal but this one defiantly shouts spring summer.
10% of the profits go to the paediatrics department at St. George's hospital in Tooting.
45% and certified organic by the Organic Food Federation
Cucumber Melon Gin Spritzer
Sizes of Grove Fever - 700ml, 250ml and 100ml