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Gin

Gin has been connected with the British Empire for centuries, but has seen an explosion of innovation in recent years.

 

A descendent of Dutch Genever, gin was introduced to England in the 17th Century. Its complicated relationship with us can be summed up by nicknames like Dutch Courage and Mother’s Ruin. These days gin has gained popularity as a versatile, aromatic craft spirit.

 

There are four legal categories for gin. Juniper Flavoured Spirit Drinks covers all of the early spirits, like genever, which are pot distilled, and then redistilled with juniper and other botanicals, before bottling at a minimum of 30% ABV. The most basic form of European Gin is simply a neutral grain spirit with natural botanical flavouring, predominantly juniper, and bottled at 37.5% ABV. Distilled Gin must use a high strength grain spirit that is redistilled with juniper and botanicals to impart flavour, rather than adding separate flavourings. London Gin has the further requirements that the final spirit must be dry and colourless with no further additives after distillation, except water.

 

As well as these classifications, there are also items like Sloe Gin and Old Tom Gin, which are fruit influenced or sweetened gin varieties. Between all of these different styles and the vast array of botanicals that can be used, there are a huge number of unique gins with their own flavour profiles, making gin an amazing spirit to experiment with in cocktails, with food or just as a refreshing Gin and Tonic.

 

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City of London Distillery have named this traditional London dry gin after the famed Christopher Wren.
City of London Distillery
£31.95
Based on the original recipe dating back to 1837, Crabbie's gin is made with botanicals such as: juniper, liqourice root, orange peel, celery seeds, grains of paradise and 'a little sea salt'.
Crabbies
£24.95
John Crabbie & Co. is well known not only by its whisky blending traditions but also because of their ginger beer.
Crabbies
£24.95
The Victorian age was shook to its foundations in 1859 when Charles Darwin revealed that we were not too different from all the other animals.
Cremorne
£22.95
There isn't much Juniper growing wild in Scotland, and even less so from plants that have been growing for over 200 years.
Crossbill
£69.95
According to Scot's Cheer (the people who make the gin) Damson is "the king of the plum family".
Damson Gin
Damson Gin 22% 50cl
£15.95
Cinnamon and nutmeg create a spiciness in this gin. Spiced gins are particularly good in Gin Snappers (a gin bloody mary) or with ginger ale.
Darnleys
£33.95
A fantastic gift for a gin fan. Two very different gins: a delicate floral one with elderflower and citrus notes and its powerful twin with infused with cinnamon and nutmeg.
Darnleys
£24.95
This London dry gin is made with specially selected botanicals such as rowan berries from the mountain ash trees, fuchsia, bog myrtle, hawthorn and heather to create the unique taste of Irish county K ...
Dingle
£31.95
This is the 8th batch of experimental gin produced from scratch in the Dornoch distillery.
Dornoch
£32.95
This is the second in the experimental small batch series of gins from Dornoch distillery.
Dornoch
£29.95
Inspired by the famous and esteemed Old Course in St Andrews, Eden Mill's Golf gin uses botanicals found around the area.
Eden Mill
£27.95
A great gift for anyone who loves those two most wonderful of things: rugby and gin.
Eden Mill
£32.95
This limited edition of Edinburgh Gin has been released to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Edinburgh Gin
£34.95
Edinburgh Gin have been producing some intriguing new expressions recently, and this is no exception.
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Edinburgh Gin's navy strength gin, made at their city centre distillery. Not only is it higher in alcohol than the standard Edinburgh Gin, it contains some interesting, different botanicals including ...
Edinburgh Gin
£39.95
A very limited gin made with collaboration from Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden's.
Edinburgh Gin
£38.95
Elephant gin is a London dry gin made with 14 botanicals, combining rare African ingredients with fresh apples, making for an unusual and interesting profile.
Elephant
Elephant Gin 45% 50cl
£31.50
Fever Tree are specialists in creating high quality mixers and soft drinks. Their brand is named after the Cinchona "Fever" trees of the Democratic Republic of Congo, which they use as the s ...
Fever Tree
£19.95
A Mediterranean style gin, that is concentrated and direct in terms of flavour. Olives, thyme, basil and rosemary are included in the botanical mix.
Gin Mare
£37.95
Ever wanted to help someone out whilst sitting back with a nice, cool G&T? Well, we've just the gin for you!
Ginerosity
£23.95
The botanicals for this small batch Irish gin are hand foraged from the mountains around the distillery.
Glendalough
£33.95
As the community owned GlenWyvis distillery is being built and they can finally get round to producing whisky, you can enjoy some of their crisp, refreshing gin.
GlenWyvis
£37.95
Gordon Castle Gin has been handcrafted using botanicals such as mint, lavender and gooseberry grown in the Scottish Walled Garden which brings crisp, elegant and refreshing character to this very Scot ...
Gordon Castle
£32.95
Hammer Old English Gin was created from a recipe of 11 botanicals dating back all the way to 1783.
Hammer
£31.95
A classic style London Dry Gin from a family-owned distilling company dating back to 1863 (the founder was the legendary James Burrough).
Haymans
£22.95
Haymans
£2.00
Any alcohol that was carried by the British navy was required to be at least 57% alcohol so that, if spilt on gunpowder the powder would still ignite.
Haymans
£31.95
Old Tom gin made its name in the first cocktail era and was a key ingredient in such classics and the Martinez and Tom Collins.
Haymans
£25.95
This fresh gin from southern Scotland has proved very popular since it arrived with us recently.
Hills and Harbour Gin
£37.95
This beautifully crafted artisan gin is made with the water from Loch Ness, and carefully hand-picked botanicals such as juniper, coriander seeds, angelica root and citrus peel, heather, pink pepperco ...
House of Elrick
£38.50
Hoxton Pink Gin is made in a micro-distillery in Hoxton, East London, by Mixologist Gerry Calabrese using only ethically sourced botanicals such as Gunpowder Tea, Bergamot, Grapefruit and other natura ...
Hoxton
£34.95
Gin purists argue that Hoxton gin isn’t really a gin at all as juniper is not the dominant flavour you find within it, with coconut and grapefruit very much t ...
Hoxton
Hoxton Gin 40% 70cl
£33.95
The folks at Illicit Spirits in Glasgow have created this unique gin by smoking their botanicals with peat, filling their still with smoke before distillation and adding activated charcoal to create a ...
Illicit
£41.95
Without exaggeration this gin is made in a shed. With such a small distillery we're impressed by the end product that they've made full of fresh, crisp flavour.
Inshriach
£38.95
Ish
£33.95
This lovely and floral gin by J.J.
JJ Whitley
£19.95
KI NO BI gin is made in the famed sake brewing region of Fushimi which has some of the purest water in all of Japan.
Ki No Bi
£46.95
This gin is a tribute to the original 'King of Soho', Paul Raymond, created by his son Howard.
King of Soho
£31.95
This batch of Kintyre Gin was aged for around three months in a first-fill bourbon barrel from Heaven Hill in Kentucky bringing typical bourbon notes of caramel and vanilla to the juniper led gin.
Kintyre
£37.95
Distilled with Scottish raspberries and oats, Beinn An Tuirc describe their Kintyre Pink Gin as resembling the classical Scottish dessert Cranachan.
Kintyre
£29.95
Kintyre Gin is created from 12 local botanicals in Beinn an Tuirc distillery located on the east coast of Kintyre pennisula.
Kintyre
Kintyre Gin 43% 70cl
£35.95
An organic gin from Chicago, which uses a rye-influenced spirit base along with a botanicial mix heavy on woodland spice flavours.
Koval
Koval Gin 47% 50cl
£41.95
Located in an old cheese factory, Kyro have crafted a gin that has Finland at it's heart.
Kyro
Kyro Napue 46.3% 50cl
£32.95
LinGin is a London Dry Gin that combines classic gin botanicals with locally foraged ones from around the area of the Canal, Linlithgow Loch and surrounding countryside.
LinGin
LinGin Gin 43% 70cl
£36.95
A traditional London dry style of gin made in the famous city of Liverpool. Both the botanicals and the grain spirit that the gin is made from are fully organic, which is a nice extra touch for this d ...
Liverpool Gin
£41.95
A citric delight from Liverpool gin! The oranges for this fresh release are from Valencia, and their full flavoured oils are wonderfully balanced by the juniper and coriander in this summery gin.
Liverpool Gin
£41.95
Brewdog have stepped into the world of spirits! Their brand new Lone Wolf distillery is set to be one of the most innovative in Scotland and they've kicked things off with this delicious gin.
Lone Wolf
£33.95
This zesty and refreshing gin has representing everything we love in Italian coast.
Malfy
Malfy Gin 41% 70cl
£27.95
A traditional gin with a lovely balance of citrus, spice and floral characteristics.
Manchester Gin
£34.95
Quite a number of brands have tried to take credit for the recent surge in gins popularity but Martin Miller's may have a better claim than most.
Martin Millers
£25.95

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