The spellbinding beauty of Shandy Hall, a place where time stands still

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We all need a sanctuary. A place to slow down, connect with our surroundings and take a moment for ourselves. Immerse yourself in the very essence of Broken Clock Lingering Vodka and discover the tranquility of Shandy Hall estate, tucked away in the wild heather moorlands of North Yorkshire. Welcome to the garden…

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First batch

Broken Clock Vodka First Batch

I had a beautiful plan: on the exact the day I thought of writing the ninth post about happy people (and I did write it), the first ‘wet’ bottles of Broken Clock were to appear. But Broken Clock Lingering Vodka chose to prove to me again that I called it thus for a reason: the equipment broke down and my masterpiece decided to linger in its public appearance. Oh well, it was another argument not to take my plans too close to heart. As Fritz Perls wrote: “Don’t push the river, it flows by itself”. This is why I parked myself by the riverside and the stream finally brought the first batch.*

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One out of ninety one

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Broken Clock vodka got a bronze at Harpers Design Awards* competition. This, of course, is more modest then silver or gold but… Broken Clock was the only vodka among all the awardees.

Have a look at the numbers of winners:

– Vodka – 1.
– All other categories – 90.

This is almost like England winning third price in the Ice Hockey World Championship.

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