The Maritime Gin is an infusion of botanicals with 5 different types of seaweed, all locally sourced. Some of the botanicals are dried and others blast chilled, with the more delicate placed in Méabh’s vapour tray. Some of the ingredients are so unusual, harvesting can only take place when there is a full moon, with the foraging at times extremely hazardous, as the tide means everything.
Produced at Norway's Oss Craft Distillery, Bareksten Gin takes inspiration from its homeland. it has proved very popular indeed, scooping up a coveted Double Gold Medal at the San Francisco World Spirit Competition!
No.3 is the London Dry Gin distilled to a proprietary recipe of Berry Bros. & Rudd, London’s oldest wine and spirit merchant.
The name No.3 refers to the address in St James’s Street, London: our home since 1698. No.3 was created to be the last word in gin for a Dry Martini.
With juniper at its heart, it unashamedly celebrates the integrity and character of a classic London Dry Gin: six perfectly balanced botanicals distilled in traditional copper pot stills.
This fresh and harmonious London Dry puts a ginny spin on the distillery’s original Botanical Spirit. Distilled in 700-bottle batches in Hamburg, Germany, the gin uses 15 handpicked botanicals from all five continents (we’re talking cherry blossom from Asia, bilberry from Europe and jungle pepper from Africa...)
The nose bursts with sweet juniper, alongside underlying spiced citrus and hints of basil. Vibrant ginger and clean lime flavours dance on the palate, followed by a warming, spicy finish.
The guys from Ben's Canteen in London have made a gin! Handcrafted from a small copper still in the bar area of Ben’s Canteen in London, in addition to juniper it contains honey and oranges, as well as 10 other botanicals. The Wandsworth honey represents living and working in London, while the oranges represent holidaying and dreaming in Mallorca – as, so we're told, the eponymous Ben often likes to do. Garnish with a slice of orange and a sprig of lavender.
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.
First created in December 2014 in Homerton East London, the small artisan rectifying pot still produces a maximum of 80 bottles per batch.
The influence of Modern London, Family and Traditional Craft, have molded our release of London Dry Gin.
Coriander Seed from Eastern Europe
Guatemalan Cardamom Pods
Lemon and Orange Peels from Spain
French Angelica Root
American Oak Chips
Conceived on the Isle of Colonsay, one of Scotland’s Southern Hebridean islands.
Born in a traditional copper still infused with six native hand foraged botanicals growing wild on our island and a further ten as our base.
Enjoyed by discerning gin drinkers everywhere.
Wild Island Botanic Gin infuses naturally growing botanicals from our remote Hebridean island with 100% British Wheat spirit, to create a premium gin of the highest quality.
Using a total of 16 botanicals and distilled using the traditional single copper pot still method, we have created a gin that has a refreshing lemon base, pronounced further by a diverse array of leaves and flowers – including lemon balm – hand foraged on the island and selected to deliver a gentle floral, citrus fresh character.
Produced in small batches and released only 750 bottles at a time, this is incredibly smooth and easy to drink and is perfect for creating the classic Gin and Tonic.
We suggest a slice of lemon, a good quality tonic (at not more than 2:1 ratio to gin) and plenty of good ice. Finish with a sprig of mint and a twist of lemon peel for added aroma. Stir gently and enjoy.
The Cotswolds Distillery in Stourton is up and running - hooray! This is their Cotswolds Dry Gin, made with juniper, coriander and angelica root macerated in their pure wheat spirit for 24 hours. Following this, they add a botanical selection including bay leaf, grapefruit, lime, black pepper, cardamom seed and Cotswolds lavender to their carter head still for distillation. To bring it down to bottling strength, a robust 46% ABV, they use naturally refined Cotswolds water.
Crossbill distillery, at the time of writing, is the only gin producer in Britain that enjoys access to fresh juniper for their spirits literally at their door. On discovering that one of their juniper plants was more than 200 years old, they created this special edition exclusively using fruit from that specific specimen and the rosehip that grows around it! Naturally, this is a very limited release, presented in an etched Glencairn glass bottle and handsome tube.
Botanic Ultra Premium London Dry Gin is produced by winemakers William & Humbert, to a higher strength than their standard Premium London Dry Gin. It's made with some rather intriguing botanicals, including mandarin, almond and Buddha's Hand, a type of citrus fruit. The bottle is rather interesting too - it's almost a cube!
Dodd's Gin is The London Distillery Company's first gin produced solely in London, following the release of their Anglo-American Testbed 1 gin samples in 2012. It's named after Ralph Dodd, who back in 1807 had planned to build a distillery in London for the creation of British spirits. Ralph's dream sadly crumbled however, much like a number of bridges and tunnels he designed.
The gin itself is made exclusively with organic botanicals, including juniper, angelica, fresh lime peel, cardamom, red raspberry leaf, bay laurel, and honey from The London Honey Company.
The signature gin from the East London Liquor Company, a distillery based in Bow Wharf (right near Victoria Park, for those of you that know the area). This London Dry Gin is made with 100% British wheat spirits and infused with a bright selection of botanicals, including fresh lemon and grapefruit peels, cubeb berries, cardamom, coriander, angelica root and Macedonian juniper berries.
A top-notch Fair Trade certified gin from the FAIR. range. The well-rounded, delicately flavours gin begins with FAIR.'s Vodka, in which they macerate juniper berries from Uzbekistan and spices from the Kerala region of South West India for a week before distilling it.
London dry gin from the Suffolk coast, barley base that is infused with an unique array of botanicals - spignel, rock samphire, wood aven and bog myrtle. All from the Suffolk coast.
A little bit of English character in a bottle.
Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin is made in a small distillery in Yarra Valley, Australia. Everything the Four Pillars distillers make is based around their four pillars - the still, the water, the botanicals and love. It's sort of a bit like the four elements of hip hop.
Pillar 1 - The Four Pillars copper-pot still is called Wilma. Pillar 2 - The water they use from Yarra Valley is triple filtered. Pillar 3 - They use some local botanicals (Tasmanian pepperberry, lemon myrtle), some exotic botanicals (cinnamon, cardamom, coriander seeds and star anise) and some classic botanicals (juniper, lavender, angelica root), as well as whole oranges to give Four Pillars Gin its flavour profile. Pillar 4 - The distillers love what they do and love what they have made. It all adds up to a vibrant Australian gin which stands out in cocktails, but tastes just superb neat.
German gin made in Hamburg that spends it's days dreaming of the Algarve, where the lemons used in its production are grown. Mediterranean florals are also used in this 'nostalgic' (a loose translation of the Portuguese "Saudade") gin, presented in a rather handsome opaque bottle.
Following Glendalough's seasonal gins ( spring, summer, autumn and winter variants), the Ireland-based distillers have released a gin for all seasons! Their Wild Botanical Gin is made with a selection of fresh foraged botanicals from the Wicklow Mountains, and goes very well in a G&T..
We all love Gordon’s, whether we’re fans of Ramsay or not. The world’s most popular gin and a perennial bestseller, Gordon’s has a flavour which has come to epitomise quality gin. Juniper-led with peppery spice and sweet lemon zest following closely. Aromas of hops and eucalyptus underpinned by sage and liquorice whirl as you sip and a deeper, earthy aftertaste lingers, with citrus zest still coming through.
Distilled in India using foraged Himalayan Juniper and locally sourced botanicals, Hapusa is a gin that is uniquely Indian.
Hapusa is Sanskrit for juniper and it is the Himalayan juniper which gives our Gin not only its name but its untamed aroma and flavour. Found near the snow line in the Himalayas, this elusive Juniper Berry provides a beautiful structure around which the rest of our botanicals are purposefully arranged.
Hayman’s of London has launched Small Gin, a full strength gin with stronger botanical flavours designed to reduce the amount of spirit required to serve a Gin & Tonic.
The small 20cl bottle is intensely flavoured with botanicals which means just 5ml of Hayman’s Small Gin is required to make a balanced G&T, which in theory reduces alcohol consumption by 80%.
Fifth generation family member, Miranda Hayman, said: "Many consumers are actively looking to reduce their alcohol consumption but are keen to continue enjoying that classic gin flavour they have grown to love. Small Gin is the perfect solution – a real gin that allows you to mix a true G&T with just a fraction of the alcohol."
A gin with a sense of place, being made with Isle of Wight rock samphire and Boadicea hops alongside juniper, coriander seeds, fresh lemon zest, grains of paradise, angelica, liquorice, orris and elderflower.
Stylish to the core, Jensen’s Bermondsey gin looks fantastic in your drinks cabinet and its flavours are up to the mark too. Bursting vibrantly with juniper, a velvety smooth texture is paired with a wonderfully aromatic flavour which brings back the historical, authentic taste of London Dry. Citrus highlights make this gin exceptionally refreshing and zesty and root and spice botanicals provide an earthier balance to the gin. The intricate and complex flavours in each sip lend themselves wonderfully to gin slings and of course your classic G&T.
Produced at Japan's Kyoto Distillery, Ki No Bi is the first gin to be made in the city. Made with a rice spirit and botanicals including yellow yuzu, Japanese cypress, green tea, bamboo and sanso berries (Japanese peppercorn), this has classic juniper notes which complement the Japanese botanicals. With a warming and spicy finish, this will make a delicious G&T.