Flavoured Gin & Gin Liqueurs
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.
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…
That Boutique-y Gin Company, the sister company of the well-known That Boutique-y Whisky Company, brings us a fascinating 1920s-esque Pineapple Gin updated for the 21st century...
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Another fantastically distilled non-alcoholic spirit from Seedlip. It's made in a similar way to a gin, and contains plenty of botanicals to make interesting booze-free cocktails all summer long.
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Fancy something, dare we say it, non-alcoholic? Then this is the thing for you. Seedlip is a non-alcoholic spirit made from botanicals and spices that are made in copper pot stills. Bursting with herbal flavour, and great for booze-free cocktails.
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.
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.
Hayman is a family company with history dating back to 1863. The original family company was bought by James Burrough, who is the great grandfather of Chairman Christopher Hayman. James Burrough Limited consisted of a Fine Alcohols Division and a Drinks Division with a portfolio of Gin and Vodkas – most notably Beefeater Gin. Christopher Hayman inherited his passion of Gin di…
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.
A barrel-aged gin from the No. 209 range. This one was aged almost entirely in Chardonnay casks from Edge Hill winery in Napa Valley, California.
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.
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!
A great summer tipple from this successful Yorkshire distillery. Masons have gone and created a gin with the fragrant aromas of Lavender!
Swedens Distiller of the Year, Hernö, paired up with Box Whisky to produce a limited edition gin finished in one of their used whisky casks, which once held some pretty delicious sherry! The gin spent 21 days in the ex-whisky cask resulting in a slightly spicy, sensational Juniper juice!
Gutsy Monkey is a full-bodied, rich and smooth spiced gin, with subtle citrus and complex aromatic highlights. It uses bold, earthy Croatian juniper, fresh lime zest, fresh ginger and fresh thyme, a gorgeous Jamaican allspice, coriander seed, black pepper and a touch of cumin for warmth.
Great as the weather cools and the nights draw in...
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.
Another winner from the Gin Kitchen, using a light fresh juniper from Kossovo as the base with a kick of aromatic green cardamom and uplifting citrus notes from pink grapefruit. The use of some unusual roots adds complexity and gives the gin a sweet, warm mouth feel.
A barrel aged gin from the Dá Mhíle distillery in Llandysul, Wales. This gin spent 6 months ageing in casks that once held single grain whisky, an interesting method and its of course organic too.
William Chase have created the perfect drink for those warmer months of the year, with their Pink Grapefruit Gin. This explodes with red fruits and juicy grapefruit notes alongside mild tones of juniper.
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.
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.
Seaweed Gin from The Dá Mhìle distillery on Glynhynod Farm in Llandysul, Wales. They infuse their small batch gin for a short few weeks with seaweed taken from the Newquey coast line, creating a subtle green hue. Its then filtered multiple times before being bottled, resulting in a clean, refreshing gin with unique coastal character.
Sloe and Mulberry gin from the Williams Chase distillery. The berries are steeped in the gin for just under a year before they present it in these cute little laboratory like bottles. A winter warmer, this one.
Sloe berries are a hedgerow fruit in the plumb family. Annual harvests always vary due to the unpredictable English climate, giving each vintage batch its own unique character. Each autumn Sipsmith picks their sloe berries, which are then frozen and steeped in their London Dry Gin for three to four months. This process gives the gin a “jammy, marzipan flavor…The result is a truly handmade sloe gin that is subtle, complex and bursting with flavor."
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Crowned world's best flavoured gin in the 2019 World Gin Awards, you needn't another reason to give this delicious Scottish gin a try. Makar Cherry Gin is made by The Glasgow Distilling Co., who are known for producing some other tasty tipples too.
An exciting release from the award-winning Hernö distillery in Sweden, finished in a ex-Ardbeg cask from the Island of Islay. Bottled at 49.1% ABV, this one is definitely for sipping. Subtle smoky notes along with a core of...