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.
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.
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.
Released in collaboration with Dorsets Beanpress Coffee Co. is this ridiculously tasty Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur from Conker Spirit. If youre a fan of anything coffee related, this is your tipple.
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.