Regardless of the occasion, you’re sure to find something to satisfy your tastebuds at The Hiltonbury Farmhouse.
We are very proud of our gin selection, boasting an ever-expanding range of spirits guaranteed to satisfy even the most experienced of gin-drinkers. In the mood for something spicy? Try one of our botanical infused gins like Wild June or Pickerings, perfectly paired with FeverTree’s Mediterranean or Elderflower Tonic and garnished with a sprig of freshest herbs The Hiltonbury Farmhouse can offer.
Smooth or spicy
Maybe you fancy a Gin with a kick?
Try our popular Ophir Gin, garnished with jalapeños and Orange its certainly a fiery addition to our Gin Menu.
Or perhaps you prefer something smoother? Locally distilled Silverback Gin is a great choice. Handcrafted in small batches with layers of flavour from orange citrus to warm spice with hints of honey and lemongrass. We recommend it served with an orange slice and Fevertree Mediterranean tonic.
Maybe sweet is more to your taste. Try our popular 5th Fire, distilled with red berries and coloured to match. Why not try it garnished with strawberries with a twist of black pepper?
Something closer to home? Experience Hiltingbury Gin, distilled right here in Chandler’s Ford with 9 botanicals including rose petals, making for a refreshing and citrusy libation.
Perhaps you’re brave enough to take on Hampshire Gunpowder! Navy-strength gin, distilled with the highest quality gunpowder tea sourced in Hampshire and bottled at 57% ABV (as required by British Navy law).
Our range of wines are sure to compliment any occasion, be a quick glass of our Post-Tree Chenin Blanc with friends, or a bottle of our Crusher Pinot Noir with the family, our friendly and knowledgeable bar staff will help you find the perfect wine to suit your occasion.
In the mood for a frosty pint? Our draft beers are up to the task of quenching any thirst. Offering Amstel, Heineken or Estrella for the lager-drinkers, Aspalls for the cider lovers and a small selection of real ales, including locally brewed Romsey Flack’s Double Drop and Itchen Valley Brewery’s Hampshire Rose for the bitter-enthusiasts. Why not try our ever-popular session pale-ale Adnam’s Mosaic?