Gin is one of the greatest spirits there is to offer, commonly consumed in a Gin and Tonic or a Martini of some sort. The characteristics of gins are vast due to the many botanicals used in the production today and the non-strict choice of neutral spirit a distillery can use. The infusion of the botanicals give the gin the refreshing essence that appeals to people all over the world. The only botanical that must be included in the distilleries choice of mix is juniper whilst others can range from cinnamon through to orris root, there is no limit to the number you can use.
Pickering’s Gin is an award-winning Edinburgh-made gin that uses an old Bombay recipe, which was kept in the family for over six decades. The recipe was perfected in 2014, when this gin brand was launched. This is a Triple Tipple pack that contains: Pickering’s Gin, Pickering’s Navy Strength, and Pickering’s Original 1947 Gin.
The Gold Cap Gin from Ferdinand's Saar Dry Gin, made with top Reisling grapes, acacia shoots, mirabelles, Saar pears and cocoa beans. The distillation for this gin is only done once a year, a very small batch gin using Gold Capsule Auslese.
A rich gin hailing from the Zuidam distillery in Holland. Named Dutch Courage this gin is made from grain spirit in small batches, using the very finest botanicals. Full of citrus notes, rich fruits and a big powerful juniper character.
Christmas in a bottle here from That Boutique-y Gin Company. Yuletide Gin is distilled with a whole load of seasonal botanicals; cassia, nutmeg, cinnamon, raisins, clementine peel, juniper and more. To finish it off theyve even added sprinkles of 24 carat gold. Just the ticket for a gin by the open fire this Winter.
Chase gin is truly single estate from field to bottle. The Chase Distillery press organically grown cider apples, ferment them into cider, distil into vodka then re-distil this into gin by infusing eleven carefully selected wild botanicals and naturally pure water taken from the aquifer that runs underneath the Chase orchards. The result is a full bodied, sharp, yet fruity gin …
Help support Malaria No More UK with 1897 Quinine Gin. Over 50% of the profits go towards the cause, providing children with protection from Mosquitos in Africa. Its made using cinchona bark, where quinine is extracted from, to lift the flavour profile of the gin. They also use a cold-distillation of lemon and grapefruit peels, bringing those citrus notes to the forefront.
An excellent triple sec produced by the London Distillery Company (who make Dodd’s Gin) alongside the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew. It blends together three types of orange, and is finally matured in American oak for a short period of time.
Warner Edwards first spirit, the Harrington dry gin shares ingredients from both the Warner and Edwards farms. These Ingredients are infused with a unique combination of botanicals inside Curiosity their wonderful copper pot still, creating an elegantly-expressive, premium dry gin. Take a look at the Youtube clip below. San Fransisco World Spirits Competition - DOUBLE GOLD MEDA…
Combining their award winning Harrington dry Gin with elder flower from their farms across the country, Warner Edwards have created a deliciously refreshing infusion. Infused with freshly grown elderflower grown in Northamptonshire and Rhualt. Mix with a good tonic, a slice of lemon and plenty of ice to produce the perfect moreish summer-time tipple. International Wine & Spirit…