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News: Apr 23

Well hello there!

Well hello there!

Yep, this is our first ever blog. Let’s get that out of the way right from the get-go. We’ve had to put this blog on our news so that this section doesn’t look all boring and bare when you come looking – what with us having a fancy new website *smugface*. Might as well use it to say thanks for coming onto the blog and tell you a bit about this here website majigy.

From here you should be able to learn all about us Wild Spirits and the liquids we make. You’ll probably already know we craft small batch spirits with major flavour, but now you’ll also be able to find out cocktail suggestions for our tasty tipples and read about the latest goings-on with PL. Ultimately, it’s a website; you’re on a blog so I’m sure you’re a competent enough individual to fathom it out. If not, just click about, have a read of some stuff etc etc and you’ll sharp get it.

So….yeah! Enjoy and while you’re here please read more of our riveting blogs. Chin chin!

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May 16

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