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 premium tipple from our friends at the Shropshire gin company. Tiger gin is made in a traditional fashion using a copper pot still and boasts big notes of juniper and spice.
The lakes gin is from the lands of Cumbria, mad using locally sourced botanicals to create the ultimate refreshing gin. The producers of The Lakes Gin also make The ONE blended whisky, which is becoming really popular indeed.
Tarquins Navy Strength gin from the Cornwall based Southwestern distillery. The Seadog is distilled in their famous Spanish pot still which is heated from an old paella burner, before being bottled at 57% ABV.
A gin that is unbeaten in an all-round use, Tanquary Export Strength has a charcter full of fruity zests, spices and refined citrus. One of the best London Dry gins you can find.
St. George Spirits have produced a gin with a character that takes you back to the forrests of California. Douglas Fir, Californian bay laurel and Coastal sage are among Terroir gins botanical mix! A very fragrant gin which has a true character from California.
Rye and gin in the same title? Yep, theyve used 100% rye to produce their base spirit. Another exciting release from St. George spirits in Alameda, California.
This is one of three gin expressions crafted at the St. Georges distillery in California, USA. Botanivore is made using 19 different botanicals and boasts notes of citrus peel, ginger, coriander and caraway.
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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.
Distilled at the foot hills of the ice capped Southern Alpes of New Zealand, Scapegrace is made using an old 19th century whisky still, which was discovered in an abandoned shed. They use a firm set of botanicals including lemon and orange peel, coriander seeds, cardamom pods, nutmeg, juniper, orris root, dried tangerines and a few others.
A barrel-aged expression from the Santamanía distillery in Madrid, Spain. This ones a more oak-y, spicier version of their London Dry Gin. It has gained its colour from spending several months in French oak casks, resulting in a rather delightful creamy mouth-feel too.
A Spanish London Dry Gin here from the Santamanía distillery in Madrid. Its made using a base spirit produced from Tempranillo wine grapes and even features Spanish pistachio in its mix of botanicals - Interesting facts.