here you will do well to linger; here our highest good is pleasure”

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October 2, 2020

The scent of petrichor fills the nostrils as the garden is quenched by a heavy downpour.

Petrichor (pɛtrɪkɔːr) comes from the Greek word for rock ‘petra’ and the name of the fluid that flows through the veins of the gods themselves, ‘īchōr’.

And this ancient and rather timeless smell is a rather familiar one for anyone who takes time to stand on the threshold to watch the raindrops fall on the lawn and flowerbeds.
IMG_0773_20-09-24_Broken_Clock_Lingering_Vodka_Rain.jpg Broken Clock Vodka comes from old English country gardens and its recipe includes subtle Georgian era botanicals which are slowly infused into the spirit using a traditional copper pot still.

The result is a complex and full bodied vodka with notes of orchard fruit, floral and herbal essences and an underlying earthiness reminiscent of petrichor itself; dewy wet grass and the damp earth after a sudden refreshing rainstorm.

And while you linger and watch nature drink deeply, what better way to stir the senses than with a glass of our quintessentially English vodka.

After all what could be more quintessentially English than a rainy day?