Yorkshire Heather, gooseberries, and redcurrants are all elements of the rich agricultural heritage of Yorkshire. Yorkshire Heather, also known as Ling Heather, is a type of flowering plant that is native to the moorlands of Yorkshire. It is known for its vibrant purple flowers and is often used in traditional herbal remedies.

Gooseberries, on the other hand, are small, tart berries that are commonly grown in Yorkshire. They are known for their unique flavour and are often used in desserts, jams, and pies. Yorkshire has a long history of gooseberry cultivation, with annual gooseberry shows and competitions being held in the region.

Similarly, red currants are another popular fruit grown in Yorkshire. These small, bright red berries are known for their tangy taste and are often used in jams, jellies, and sauces. They are also enjoyed fresh and are a favourite ingredient in traditional Yorkshire puddings.

Overall, Yorkshire’s connection to these agricultural delights showcases the region’s diverse and flavourful produce, contributing to its culinary traditions and local economy.

Just a few of the reasons we use these wonderful fruits and plants in our Wild Ram Yorkshire Berry Gin!