Flavoured Gin & Gin Liqueurs
From Colonal Pinkster, this gin is hand-steeped in locally sourced raspberries to give a unique fruity character along with a rather pretty hue too. A selection of five botanicals are used to create Pinkster Gin, before being bottled to a smooth finish.
Gin and shiraz? This one from Four Pillars made our heads tun at N&P when we heard wine grapes were involved from Yarra Valley, Australia. The grapes were steeped in the gin for two months before they were pressed to take the flavour of the gin to new heights.
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…
Sacred Cardamom Gin is made by extracting the finest Cardamom pods from Guatemala and infusing them into the distilleries English grain spirit,which is then re-distilled. You can probably guess that the Cardamom is going to give this gin a level of intensity, it does, it is balanced beautifully along with the use of Juiper berries.
Not just an ordinary gin from San Francisco based distillery No. 209, no, this has spent some time ageing in casks that previously held Sauvignon Blanc wine! The casks were previously home to Napa Valley winery Rudd Oakville Estate.
Yorkshire Tea Gin from the Masons distillery in Yorkshire. This ought to go down a treat if youre a fan of a good old English brew!