Tamworth Distilling and Mercantile, a small scratch made, craft distillery is teaming up with the Thompson House Eatery, a newly re-opened scratch made, locally focused restaurant in Jackson, have joined forces to host the release of White Mountain Tamworth Garden Gin.
A release party will take place June 6 starting at 6 p.m. at the Thompson House Eatery.
The dinner will start with a cocktail hour between the front porch and bar area of Thompson House Eatery, and move into a four-course seated paired plate dinner. Chef Jeffrey Fournier has curated locally sourced courses that will be accompanied by handmade cocktails highlighting the newly-released Tamworth Garden Gin.
Tamworth Distilling is an award-winning distillery that has been nominated and highly-ranked in multiple state- and country-wide award polls and been featured in The New York Times, USA Today, Wired and NH Home Magazine. They specialize in spirits, drawing from New Hampshire agriculture and ingenuity.
"The Fournier Family's philosophy is rooted in timeless New England values of simple hospitality with an emphasis on sourcing the finest local ingredients, cooking with a passion for flavor, and serving every guest as a welcome member of their family," said Jillian Anderson of Tamworth Distilling. "They bring together more than 200 years of Thompson House history in an authentic presentation of food and drink."
Tickets cost $75. Cocktail hour starts at 6 p.m. and seated pair dinner begins at 7 p.m. The Thompson House Eatery is located at 193 Main Street in Jackson.
Ticketing: Thompson House Eatery (603) 383-9341