With Easter weekend here and temperatures set to sore, at Hogarths we want to welcome the warmer weather with open arms and introduce a gin that will definitely be a summer staple. Puerto de Indias.

 Gin Glorious Gin

With years of expert distillery under their belts, the brains of Puerto de Indias have produced a triage of glorious gins that will definitely put the fierce in your fiesta.

  1. Their Classic gin has a hearty body with a citrus twist. At 40% ABV, this Sevillian beauty emphasises Spanish flavours macerating flavours of lime, grapefruit and orange to create a clean and crisp gin perfectly paired with a Mediterranean Tonic.  
  2. Next up, their scrumptiously sumptuous Strawberry Gin so succulent its good enough to eat. With notes of fresh strawberry and juniper, this 37.5% ABV gin offers a wonderfully whimsical summer sensation that is perfectly paired with Schweppes Lemonade for a juicy and delightful tipple.
  3. Finally, their Pure Black Edition is inspired by Andalusian Springs and promises a symphony of floral delight such as orange, lemon and orange blossom and with a 40% ABV – this pure edition gin is one for all you classic G&T lovers out there. 

What’s In The name?

Puerto de Indiasis a Premium Gin manufactured in the sunny Seville region in one of the oldest distilleries in the province of Andalusia. Its name derives from the discovery of the Americas during the time in which Seville was becoming a huge trading port between Spain and the New world. With the literal translation being “Indian Ports”, it’s clear that the creation of this brand wanted to focus heavily on the significance of sharing brilliant new flavours and ideas around the world. 


Dating back to the 1800s, Puerto de Indias’ distillery history emerged when an immigrant carrying the name Izaguirre travelled to Carmona when fleeing the war. He settled on the land, that now houses the distillery, and decided to begin creating a series of spirits using traditional copper methods. Throughout time, these facilities have witnessed the birth of wonderful products such as anisette, Pacharan and most recently three glorious types of gin: Strawberry, Classic and Pure Black Edition. 

So with three gorgeous gins to choose from and Hogarths stocking their scrumptious Strawberry edition, come along to your nearest glorious gin palace to try the gin that most definitely will be a summer staple these upcoming mouth-watering months. 

Supermarkets are laden with Crème Eggs, Easter Chicks and Bunnies are filling the shelves and there are enough chocolate eggs down the aisles to last us through an Apocalypse. So with the likes of Nestle, Cadbury’s and Mars tempting our taste buds with wonderfully elegant and appealing Easter Eggs – we have our own list of eggstravagent Easter Eggs with a glorious gin twist. 

  1. Zymurgorium/Slattery Pink Easter Eggs

The brains of Manchester based companies Zymurgorium and chocolatier ‘Slattery’s’ have teamed up to produce these stunning pink Easter Eggs that are definitely going to be flying off the shelves. With a choice of Zymugorium’s Unicorn Gin Liqueur or their amazing new Flagingo Gin, these perfectly pink eggs contain Slattery’s wonderful white sparkled chocolate and 50ml of your chosen gin and are a must-have this Easter. Grab yours from Slattery’s in Manchester for £49 for Unicorn Gin and £59 for the Flagingo gin. 

2. Edinburgh Easter Egg

With a choice of two wonderful Easter Eggs, Edinburgh Gin and John Lewis have perfectly paired their Rhubarb & Ginger Gin Liqueur with a stunning pink-foiled egg and teamed their Elderflower Gin with a gorgeous green-foiled egg to leave gin lovers with a hard decision of which is the egg to go for. Priced at just £14, these eggs are most definitely a must-purchase for any lover of Edinburgh’s glorious gin collection and as we say at Hogarth’s – there is nothing better than Gin and Chocolate! 

3.  Gin and Tonic Easter Egg

Carefully crafted by the minds of Treat Kitchen, this wonderful white chocolate Easter Egg. Made with gin and lime tonic flavouring and with the option of adding a beautiful presented package of G&T hard boiled sweets, this egg is on the bucket-list of Easter Treats to get your hands on this April. Priced at £9.95 or £19.95 (boxed and with the sweets – featured below) – get your hands on them now before they sell out. 

So here at Hogarth’s, we would like to raise a gin or two and wish you a wonderful and Happy Easter. 

The Overview

Exeter Chiefs play Leicester Tigers this Saturday, April 6that  4:30pm at Welford Road. We hope that this guide will give you some useful links and tips to make your weekend more enjoyable.

The Meeting Place

Hogarths Leicester
5-9 Hotel Street, Leicester

You can see the venue here.

Please note: Hogarths is an over 18 venue so if you are travelling with children you should make alternative arrangements and not meet here.

Why Hogarths?

We have the most competitive drink prices in Leicester and we are situated inside a 15-minute walk from Welford Road Stadium.  

Heineken – £3.30

John Smiths – £1.75

Fosters – £1.89

Strongbow – £1.89

Guinness – £3.20

Best venue to watch live sport

We have two 5 meter big screens as well as multiple in-house HD TVs. If you’re arriving early then you can watch all the live action from day 3 at Aintree Racecourse as well as Toulon vs Toulouse at 1:45pm.  We show all Premiership & European Rugby fixtures on BT Sports.


We have a wide range of Gins currently stocking over 120 different brands. All are perfectly served and garnished to enhance the flavours and botanicals of your choosing. Whilst we have large selection of gin available, it’s true to say our focus is on quality alongside uniqueness too.

Can’t decide which gin to order?

No problem, simply spin the wheel of ginspiration and let that decide for you!

The Form


Getting Here 

By Train

Leicester lies on the London-Sheffield and the Birmingham-Stansted lines.
Approximate journey-times and frequencies of trains are:

From London (St Pancras station): 70-90 minutes/four times an hour
From Birmingham (New Street station): 60 minutes/twice an hour
From Luton (Airport Parkway station): 60 minutes/hourly

Getting to the Stadium

Welford Road is situated at Aylestone Road, Leicester, LE2 7TR. It is within walking distance of the city centre (15-20 minutes).

Click herefor a map of stadium location.

From London Road Railway Station

London Road Railway Station is a 15 minute walk from the stadium. Upon arrival turn right out of the station, cross the road, turn left on to Waterloo Way, continue to the top of the hill onto Tigers Way and Welford Road is directly in front.

Useful Links

Leicester Tigers website.

About the stadium Welford Road Stadium.

Things To Do

Have some time to spare whilst supporting Exeter Chiefs in Leicester? Leicester is a unique city and a wonderful place to visit, with a superb range of visitor attractions and shopping that is second to none. It’s a city that combines the finest English traditions with multicultural activities and the cosmopolitan buzz of city life.

Filling a Gap

Leicester’s cultural diversity is reflected in the stunning range of cuisine available, with restaurants representing all corners of the globe. On top of all that, you can be safe in the knowledge that you will never be far from a great curry house! For something a bit more familiar, Leicester’s newly developed restaurant quarter has all the big names you’d expect.

A Slice of Culture

Had your fill of gin? Should you need to take a break from Hogarths, one of the cultural hubs in Leicester is Melton Road where you can find many authentic shops and restaurants. Melton Road is also home to the city’s Diwali celebrations. Click herefor more information.

Emergency Contact Numbers

Though we hope you won’t have to use any of the below, please see here a list of Emergency Numbers –

Ambulance: 999 or 112
Fire: 999 or 112
Police: 999 or 112
Gas emergency: 0800 111 999
NHS Direct (24 hour health helpline): 0845 4647

If you like wearing club colours and even having a sing song you’ll be welcome to do so at Hogarths Leicester!