Whitby business to appear in exclusive one-off book to mark The Queen's 95th birthday

Whitby business Shorty’s Gins is one of the luxury brands featured in Strive for Perfection: The Royal Edition, an official publication for The International Club for Rolls-Royce and Bentley Enthusiasts.

By Duncan Atkins
Wednesday, 14th April 2021, 12:17 pm

Shorty’s Gins will be appearing in the exclusive coffee-table book, a one-off edition to celebrate The Queen’s 95th birthday.

In addition to celebrating the heritage of Rolls-Royce and Bentley motorcars, the prestigious book will document the historic relationship between the famous marques and the Royal Family.

Having been identified as one of the ‘best in breed’ companies by researchers at St James’s House, Shorty’s Gins will be appearing alongside some of the most respected and luxurious brands from around the world.

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Rachael Conisbee of Shorty's Gin.

The company’s story, highlighting its award-winning Endeavour Gin, will be produced by Royal biographer and author Robert Jobson, who has chronicled the story of the House of Windsor for the past 30 years.

Photographs to accompany the story have been taken by international photographer, Giles Christopher.

Rachael Conisbee aka Shorty, who started the business in 2017, and her mum, will be attending the global book launch and champagne reception in October at the Grosvenor House, London.

Immediately after the book launch, The London Press Club Ball will be held in the Great Room. It will be attended by more than 700 senior media figures, MPs, celebrities and VIP guests.

Rachael said: “This is a massive opportunity for Shorty’s Gins to be introduced to a wider yet targeted audience, to network with like-minded companies and to continue to passionately talk about and promote the Shorty’s brand and our Endeavour Gin to everyone.”