Engine Organic Gin 700ml
"Sage and lemon" is a traditional remedy to cure a sour mood. Engine is an organic gin produced in Piedmont, in North of Italy. Engine has a stout structure but a kind soul. It sparkles on the rocks and shines in tonic water. Engine, fuel the dream.
Pack size: 700ML
Luxardo have a great history with making gin, the actual recipe goes back to the famous Ginepro di Dalmazia, produced by the Luxardo family since the beginning of the 1900's. The recipe for Luxardo London Dry Gin is based on the same 1900 recipe and contains 9 botanicals; juniper, coriander, iris, angelica, calamus, liquorice, cinnamon, cardamom and bitter orange. Infused for 24 hours and then distilled in a copper still. 19 days of refinement and then filtered.
More than a Gin.
It is an expression of the Mediterranean spirit.
A compound gin made from finest Italian botanicals.
The unique aroma, flavour and distinctive gold colour comes from the Cedro fruit, which is the only citrus used for the recipe, combined with purified sea water from the Mediterranean.
Dried Cedro peel, sea water and juniper berries conferee to Seatrus gin it’s unequivocal taste.
Also has a compass on the cap in case you get lost :-)
Thai spice with a very faint wave of juniper. Lemon zest then comes to the forefront followed closely by a sweet pepper taste that moves through the soft kick. Very faint liquorice, smashed Parma Violet and army and navy sweets wrapped in lavender on the finish.
A creative, natural expression of our original Bombay Dry Gin capturing the bright zest and juice of freshly squeezed Mediterranean lemons.
This is perfectly balanced with the vibrant juniper notes of our classic signature Gin. A real fruits infusion with no added sugar gives a distinct colour and natural flavour.
Bombay Citron Pressé is inspired by the gin cocktail - The Tom Collins.
Hepple Gin uses an innovative three-level process for extracting botanical flavours. The heavier ones are distilled with the grain, lighter examples are vacuum distilled, and juniper flavour is extracted using carbon dioxide. Vibrant, intense and full of citrus and juniper flavour.
The second in the Sipping Series of limited-edition gins is Strawberry Smash, inspired by the partnership with Wimbledon. A unique London Dry Gin distilled with the 2020 strawberry harvest from Hugh Lowe Farms in Kent, exclusive grower for Wimbledon. Crafted with the addition of a hint of English mint for perfectly balanced flavour, enjoy as a G&T with a winning garnish: a freshly sliced strawberry.
Big juniper and bitter Tyxylix flavours upon entry that move into crushed cornflakes and spicy juniper flavours. A big kick on this one that moves into hazelnut and baked rye bread on the very end. Bloody interesting stuff.
The Original London Dry Gin recipe has been infused with naturally sweet blueberries to create the smooth, floral and fruity taste of Greenall's Blueberry Gin, without the addition of sugar or sweetener.
Although it disappeared for a long time, Booth’s Finest Old Dry Gin was a legend amongst juniper aficionados. Now the iconic brand has been resurrected by Sazerac, the incredible company behind Buffalo Trace, Van Winkle, Weller, 1792, Blanton’s, Eagle Rare, Corazón, Sazerac de Forge and many more.
Established around 1740, Booth’s is the original cask-aged gin. The Booth family founded the first distillery in London, located in Clerkenwell. Not only did they become a key player in the early gin boom, but they also set a standard that would lead to the capital’s pre-eminence in gin distilling. Famed for its trademark red lion and hexagonal bottle, Booth’s is one of the oldest gin brands on the planet, and it warrants inclusion in any serious collection.
Using a centuries-old recipe, Booth’s Finest Old Dry Gin is crafted with the world’s finest botanicals and is matured in exquisite Sherry casks. This oak ageing imparts that wonderful golden colour, subtle Sherry nuances and an unrivalled mellowness.
Expect crunchy juniper, rosemary and grapefruit notes alongside creamy oak, chamomile tea, golden sultanas and spices. Although the brand predates the Negroni by more than a century and a half, it was almost as if Booth’s Finest Old Dry Gin was made for the cocktail. We also think it will make a spectacular Martini.
Here we have Stonewall London Dry Gin, inspired by the Stonewall riots in New York in June 1969. The gin itself is distilled in Lincolnshire, and boasts almond, blueberry, liquorice, cardamom and sea buckthorn among the botanicals. This is a gin with a cause, and for every bottle sold the producers will donate £1 to the Stonewall Charity, which campaigns for the equality of the LGBT community across Britain.
A particularly intriguing expression from New Zealand's Scapegrape - a black gin! It gets its dark hue from its botanicals, which include aronia berry, butterfly pea, saffron, pineapple and sweet potato, among others. What's more, the spirit changes colour when mixed with tonic water, becoming a various shades of pink and blue.
A traditional gin distilled in Hammersmith, Sipsmith’s brings together ingredients from around the world. Its juniper is Macedonian, its coriander Bulgarian and its almonds and liquorice are sourced from Spain. This is just the beginning and this genuine London distilled one shot gin bursts with clean and woody flavours which are both satisfying and tempting. Juniper and coriander take centre stage in the traditional gin and zesty citrus comes through later with a hint of spice. Liquorice comes through in a final flourish and lingers in the mouth.
Sapling Gin is a climate positive London dry gin distilled from organic regenerative wheat. Our wonderful grain is produced by our friends at Wildfarmed who farm in a way which allows the land to suck up loads of CO2 and restore the land to a natural carbon sink. Pretty cool, eh?
Its a classic twist on a London Dry; bold on the juniper, refreshingly zesty, and hints of rosemary for a herbaceous finish.
VEGAN AND GLUTEN FREE.........
Gin is neutral spirit with a predominant flavour of juniper berries. Gin originated in Holland in the 17th Century as a medicinal drink for the treatment of kidney disorders. Originally called ‘Genever’ the French word for Juniper it was renamed by English soldiers fighting on the continent. The infamous Gin and Tonic started as a medical drink to help remedy the effects of Malaria in colonial India.