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.
A modern take on a classic London dry gin by Tarquin's. Crafted on the wild Cornish coast, distilled with 12 hand-selected botanicals including fresh citrus peel & hand-picked violets distilled in small batches in copper pot stills.
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Released at 57.1% ABV, this Swedish navy strength gin from the Smögen distillery is as forward as they come. Brimming with juniper, citrus pee and spices, this would be a top pick for a weighty G&T.
Produced in small batches in a London home of a gentleman called Ian Hart, Sacred Gin is one of few products he makes in his very own microdistillery. This awesome gin is made with citrus, cardamom, nutmeg, Hougari frankincense and...
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An excellent gin from the folks at the London-based Doghouse Distillery, which contains 14 different botanicals. It’s an intense and flavoursome gin!
A superb gin that hails from East Sussex, and which features a heavy dose of local hops. In fact, the producer found a local wild hop growing in the hedgerows, then cultivated it in one acre of their Salehurst hop farm. It’s infused with...
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Using their award winning vodka as a base, Chase adds a combination of 10 premium botanicals including cinnamon, ginger and coriander to create their Extra Dry Gin. Its the use of both juniper buds and berries that ensure the gin is especially dry, formulating a spirit that is best served with a mixer or in a cocktail.
A tasty sloe gin from Dá Mhìle made with hedge-row fruits handpicked from their farm in Wales. Distilling the gin with nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon they've created Christmas in a glass right here.
Sipsmith London Dry Gin is multi award-winning; a marriage of a traditional recipe of 10 classic botanicals and a genuinely hand crafted process delivering a quintessential expression of the London Dry Gin style.
Nikka’s Coffey Whisky is well-known among fans of Japanese whisky. The distillery has extended the range with a gin made using the continuous-style stills designed by the famous Aeneas Coffey. It uses 11 botanicals, including yuzu, sansho pepper, kabosu, amanatsu, and shequasar from Japan.
Another beautiful bottle from Monkey 47 filled with their exceptional sloe gin. It is made by macerating sloes (from the black forest in Germany) in their finest spirit for 3 months. This sloe gin is spicy, very fruity with a harmonious touch of juniper, a little nuttiness on the finish. Very complex.
Monkey 47 gin comes from the heart of the Black Forest in Germany, where the water is among the purest in Europe. The number 47 reflects the number of botanicals used in this stunning gin (the ABV content too), which include six different types of peppers just to start with (!), followed by cranberries and many other botanicals. The flavours that make up this unique drink give …
Made and named after its selection of eight botanicals used to produce this flavoursome gem, Langleys No. 8 Distilled London Gin is indeed a rather sophisticated drink made from 100% English grain spirit. The number 8 also comes from the final list of possible abvs to present the gin at, 41.7% being the eighth one tasted out of a bunch of twelve. Langleys is a punchy, Juniper f…
The second release from pioneering Japanese distillery, Kyoto. Ki No Tea Dry Gin is quite the exquisite tipple - theyve partnered with tea blender Hori-Shichimeien to use Gyokuro and Tencha teas with botanicals Yuzu, Hinoki, juniper and others.
Things just got even better with Kyoto Distilleries navy strength version of their superb Ki No Bi Gin. This higher strength expression was released alongside the Tokyo International Bar Show.
Alex Davies (former head distiller at both Chase and the Cotwolds distillery) has now created Ki No Bi Kyoto Dry Gin from the Kyoto distillery in Japan! To produce this utterly delicious gin they use rice spirit and local botanicals including yuzu, hinoki, sansho pepper and gyokuro tea.
From the 2015 microdistillery of the year comes this Swedish sloe gin made by Hernö. Its produced by adding the best of sloe berries to their standard gin and touching things up with a drop of honey. Each bottle is hand numberd with a bottle and batch figure.
Navy Strength meaning you could splash this on gunpowder and it would still set alight, comes this high ABV gin from the Swedish Hernö distillery. A classic and traditional gin hailing back many, many years.
Matured in barrels made from juniper wood, Swedish distillers Hernö have done something quite unique here with their Juniper Cask Gin. So unique it has been crowned with the Master award in the Ultra Premium category at The Gin Masters for two years in a row.
A multi-award winning Swedish gin from the Hernö distillery, where they make some rather unique gins indeed. This is made with a selection of eight botanicals and each bottle is hand numbered.
This Export Strength gin bottled at 47% ABV, from the award winning Swedish microdistillery Hernö. Their gin is made using a small selection of botanicals including Lingon berries, vanilla, juniper, meadowsweet and more.