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'.
A blood orange-themed variation of the Whitley Neill Gin recipe! Featuring a generous helping of Sicilian blood orange at its core, this one will really stand out in cocktails and mixed drinks (we beleive it'll make a great gintonica, with the balloon glass and fresh fruit garnish and everything...).
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Masons Pear & Pink Peppercorn is light and fruity, packed with flavours of pear, leading to a gentle warmth and hints of pink pepper spice and a hint of rose.
Masons Gin is renowned for its award-winning flavour Editions, and Peppered Pear is no exception. This unique flavour innovation, partnering sweet crisp conference pear with the gentle warmth of pink peppercorns created a beautiful, elegantly balanced gin. Mid 2019 the original distillery had a horrific fire, but Masons came back like the phoenix out of the fire, big, better and with a new design while retaining their perfect recipe.
Fair's Açai Liqueur is made in France using Fairtrade-certified berries and organic sugar. Fresh and fruity with a slight bitterness, this is delicious in a Bramble – just add 15ml of this to 60ml gin, 15ml lime juice and 15ml sugar syrup.
A strawberry-flavoured gin from Seville's Puerto de Indias. This is made using the freshest Spanish strawberries – from the famous province of Huelva. Light and sweet, this is delicious on its own, or to add a fruity touch to your G&T or cocktails.
Lovingly created in small batches, the award winning Boë Scottish gin is gently blended with the tropical flavours of passion fruit to create Boë Passion Fruit Gin. A stylish gin with the warm lingering finish of exotic fruits, sensational aroma and vibrant colour. Enjoy with a tonic, in a cocktail, or with a mixer and accompaniment of your choice.
Nordés Atlantic Galician Gin is an intriguing gin made with an Albariño grape based spirit , rather than your more commonly seen grain based potion , with 12 botanicals including lemon peel , hibiscus, liquorice and eucalyptus. The result is a bold , floral flavour profile that would befit summer drinks and cocktails. The bottle is quite stylish too - very impressive stuff Olay !
A nostalgic dry gin infused with Parma Violets that really does taste like the iconic British sweet which has been on the market for more than 70-years.
This aromatic violet flower addition to the range infuses a subtle floral note to the smooth English gin , which gives a vibrant and intense taste of Italian elegance.
This luscious Handcrafted Gin leads with bright flavours from Scottish Raspberries, balanced with Juniper notes. A delicate sweetness rounds this deliciously vibrant Gin.
Distilling gin for 8 generations since 1762
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.
Lovingly crafted in the heart of London, our Variorum Gin is a pink berry edition of the original King of Soho London Dry Gin. Notes of strawberry complement the classic juniper and citrus flavours of the original recipe; a bespoke libation distilled with twelve botanicals using traditional methods.
Variorum Gin, a smooth and colourful elixir: fresh strawberry and floral chamomile lead on a wave of soft juniper with a suggestion of citrus. The off-sweet palate has fruit bursting at the front before a gentle vanilla spice emerges giving a luxurious creamy feel.
Strawberries and cream give way to a subtle floral tone on the finish with a pronounced tang of grapefruit.
MEGA YUM! Sipsmith boys came up trumps with this one. Super silky mouthfeel with notes of lemon barley water and crushed up breakfast cereal from your schooldays. This is followed by a cramy vanilla moment before more lemon and eventually a brief hard boiled barley sugar with orange rind. Finish is meag silky and leaves you with a lovely lemon barley note and a desire for more of the same.
To make this very special, small-batch Gin we completely rebalance our Wild Gin recipe and redistill it with extra fruit, flowers and spices... and of course a lot of fresh rose petals.
Three varieties of rose are used, the rare and elusive Wild Rose from the Wicklow mountains, large fragrant Heritage Roses, and the ancient prized Damask Rose all come together to make this a naturally pink and very floral gin.
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.
Pink by Nature gin gift set contains a selection of three naturally flavoured pink gin miniatures, crafted with real ingredients on the farm:
1 x 5cl Warner’s Rhubarb Gin
1 x 5cl Warner’s Raspberry Gin
1 x 5cl Strawberry & Rose Gin. The perfect present for pink gin lovers!
Mermaid Pink Gin at 38% ABV infuses the flavour and aromatics of Island strawberries with the smooth yet complex taste of our award-winning Mermaid Gin, a blend of lemon zest, grains of paradise and fragrant rock samphire.
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.
This highly aromatic gin was produced with distilled Pinot Noir grape skins from the Chapel Down harvest and blended with English wheat spirit.
Infused with juniper, coriander, dried red berries, rose buds, citrus fruits, rosehip, angelica and grains of paradise.
Created by the winemakers at Chapel down using distilled Pinot Noir grape skins after the pressing process for their sparkling wine.
Delicate aromas of red berries perfectly balance the juniper-led palate and citrus fresh finish.
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 with squished raspberries
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.......Team Gerry's
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.
An oude genever from the Dutch company Wenneker, who also produce a wide variety of gin and liqueur. They allow a selection of spices and juniper to soak in the main malt and grain distillate in a special pot still for 3 days, before combining it with more malt and grain spirits and water, then maturing it in American oak casks.end.
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."
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.
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 height of luxury and craftsmanship, with a little bit of bite. Bulldog super premium gin brings together a balance of 12 botanicals including standout notes of lavender, liquorice, lotus leave, poppy and dragon eye, a fruit similar to the lychee. Smooth and less dry than most modern gins, Bulldog is British through and through and benefits from quadruple distillation in Copper Pot Stills and triple filtration through 8-Micron Filter. An award winner, beautifully packaged, Bulldog gin lends itself perfectly to mixing.
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.