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.
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.
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.
From the estate that's perhaps better known as 'Downton Abbey' comes this London dry gin with botanicals inspired by the castle's herb garden: lavender, lime flower and orange peel.
All botanicals freshly foraged from within the grounds of the Abbey....
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.
Little Bird London Dry Gin is made in small batches in Peckham (litte birds peck'em,get it! ) The recipe includes 10 botanicals including grapefruit, orange and ginger (represented by the lady on the bottle). This works well both in a martini and as part of a classic G&T.
A London Dry Gin made with botanicals from along the traditional spice route that led back to the UK. Indonesian Cubeb berries, Indian black pepper and Moroccan coriander are all used in this gin, launched by Quintessential Brands in 2013.
A classic London Dry style, distilled in small batches in a traditional copper pot still. At 40.6% it carries a huge whack of piney juniper, with fresh citrus notes and some coriander seed spice. We suggest you pair with Fever Tree Tonic, a fat slice of lime and as much ice as you can pack into your glass. Glorious.
ROKU is Japanese for six, named after the six natural Japanese botanicals that Roku is made with, which take you on a tour of the Japanese seasons.
Spring is represented by both Sakura (cherry blossom) flowers & leaves, Natsu (Japan's Summer) provides the Sencha & Gyokuro (two types of green tea), Autumn brings the Japanese pepper and Winter, the Yuzu.
The eclectic mix of botanicals results in a spirit with rich character. Notes of cherry blossom are quickly followed by green tea, smokey leaves and a light bitter finish. Unusual and unexpected, this is a must-try for any gin lover, adn the Japanese rice paper label makes it a classy and smart addition to the gin shelf.
The Lakes Gin is our classic English gin with vibrant notes of juniper, cracked black pepper and orange peel.
We elevate flavour by using only a select few botanicals, gently infusing them in the finest British wheat spirit, distilling in our traditional copper pot still and only drawing the purest water from our Lake District National Park home in a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
By steeping the botanicals overnight like loose-leaf tea, they interact freely with the warm spirit to encourage the essential oils to release more slowly, protecting their delicate nature. The traditional copper pot still then runs slow and long to extract the maximum amount of flavour.
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.
24 botanicals are carefully chosen for their uniquity , that work together in unison to afford a romantic , complex flavour.
Fresh floral and clarifying citrus notes are grounded by earthy and spicy cassia bark and cubeb , and a smooth finish is achieved with the help of local honey.
Tarquin's Cornish Dry Gin is produced at the Southwestern Distillery.
Made with botanicals from around the world, including handpicked Devon
violets. For a very Cornish Martini, add five parts gin with one part
dry vermouth and add a drop of Tarquin's Cornish Pastis.
Theodore is an elegantly aromatic gin with a home in Ardross, Scotland. This limited edition batch has been crafted with the Northern Highlands in mind, featuring 16 botanicals, including damask rose, bourbon vetiver, pomelo and pine.
McQueen & the Violet Fog Gin is made in small batches in a single copper pot still gin over in the hills of Jundiaí, Brazil. It contains 21 botanicals, and the first 15 are macerated in a sugarcane spirit. Then, six additional botanicals are vapour infused into the gin through a copper basket, including handpicked Indian basil leaves, Portuguese rosemary, Mediterranean fennel seed, calamansi from the South Pacific, Vietnamese star anise and locally grown Brazilian acai.
Oh, and the name? The gin takes its name from a poem of the same name, and if you fancy having a read the final two verses are on the back of the bottle.
Light and refreshing with a pleasing juniper hit , Bakery Gin earned its unusual name after founder Ian Puddick discovered his office was once a bakery – famous for selling homemade (and at the time, illegal) gin.
This Gin is ' Seriously small batch'. Only 30 bottles per distillation , allowing continuous control of quality .By only using four botanicals , Ian has managed to make a consistently solid and delicious gin of miraculous simplicity .
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.......Team Gerry's
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..
The result of Black Country determination and hard graft, Sadler's Peaky Blinder Dry Spiced Gin is from a carefully selected collection of no less than 9 botanicals. Not for the faint-hearted, the peppery notes of the ginger and the grains of paradise, make this a bold spicy gin choice.
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.
An exceptional gin with African influences, Whitley Neill combines some fascinating flavours in their refined and balanced product. The traditional flavours of gin benefit from two additional African botanicals, the baobab fruit and the Cape gooseberry. These flavours combine beautifully to offer a sweet, fruity twist to Whitley Neill gin. Tropical and exotic, this gin still leads with classic juniper but the new flavours linger in a refreshing end note.
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.
Star of Bombay is a higher-strength, super-premium variant of Bombay Sapphire. The classic notes of juniper, angelica and coriander have been intensified, with the addition of bergamot and ambrette seeds offering extra exoticness. A rich and intense gin.
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.
Monkey 47 is your chance to enjoy the hard graft that comes from painstakingly matching 47 different botanicals. The botanicals chosen work in perfect harmony with each other and include everything from the expectation of ripe juniper berries to interesting notes of Ceylon cinnamon, Acorus calamus lemon balm and verbena. Truly unique and one that all gin connoisseurs must try, Monkey 47 retains the classic flavours of gin and enhances them with additional botanical notes.
Made with six carefully chosen botanicals, Adnams Copper House Dry Gin is elegant and approachable, classically charged with juniper, rich with floral and citrus notes. It’s a warm and welcoming Adnams gin.
To serve, cut a generous slice of orange zest (try to avoid as much of the bitter pith as you can), squeeze over the top of the glass, wipe the rim of the glass and then add the peel into your glass.
A deliciously tasty gin from the highly innovative Williams Chase distillery in Herefordshire. Not content with knocking out the delightful Chase potato vodka, they've now bottled this wonderfully fresh (and pleasantly potent) gin, distilled from their own organically grown apples. Bravo!
Perfectly created to make your cocktails shine, Tanqueray Special Dry uses the original Tanqueray recipe. One-shot processes ensure a stunning and mellow gin which is perfectly blended into many combinations. Aromas of juniper and subtle lemon welcome you to try and this leads to flavours of spiced juniper, cedar, coriander and subtle notes of crystallised fruit. Light peppery notes come through at the end blending harmoniously with lingering juniper.
An exciting and unusual gin from Islay whisky distillery Bruichladdich, The Botanist is made in a Lomond still christened Ugly Betty and contains no fewer than 31 botanicals, of which 22 are native to the Southern Hebridean island itself. The latter include the likes of mugwort, meadowsweet and the enigmatic Lady's Bedstraw flowers, and the resultant dry gin is described, perhaps unsurprisingly, as 'floral'.
One of the benefits of Tulchan’s 22,000 acres is that they are in no shortage of home grown, wild botanicals. Taking advantage of this unique position, at Tulchan they have been working hard to develop their very own premium gin – inspired by the Speyside flora.
Their handmade London Dry sets out to embody the verdant landscape of the Estate.