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The origins of Gin can be traced back to the 17th century in Holland, where Franciscus Sylvius started to use juniper-based distilled spirits called “Genever” for medical purposes. Nowadays Gin is made from a neutral flavoured spirit that is distilled and must contain Juniper berries as its main ingredient to be classed as “Gin”. The flavours we can appreciate in a gin come from different botanicals that can be added to the distillation process or infused into the base spirit.
Typical style: Traditional gins tend to present a juniper-forward flavour profile, with slight citrus notes, but newer styles tend to focus more on other botanicals like herbs, fruits, and spices.
Did you know? ‘Dutch Courage’ was initially gin that was used by the English while fighting Spain during the Thirty Years' War in Holland.
A delicious gin liqueur inspired by a festive favourite.Edinburgh Gin’s Mulled Gin liqueur is the taste of cosy Christmas celebrations, bottled. Taking its cue from thescintillating spices used in mulled wine, this luscious liqueur is an excellent addition to your festive drinks offering.The scent i.. read more
A bottle of Greenall 1761 London Dry Gin, produced and bottled in Warrington, England, by Gilbert & John Greenall Ltd.This was bottled for the Italian market and imported by Francesco Angelini, we estimate in the 1960s.Please note as this is a vintage gin, conditions of bottle/label and liquid l.. read more
Using Strawberries from Isle of Wight’s Arreton Valley, fruit that would otherwise be discarded for looks alone.This Pink Gin infuses the sweetness and aromatics of real English strawberries with the delicate yet complex flavour of the award winning Mermaid Gin with its subtle blend of foraged rock .. read more
Eden Mills limited edition Chocolate & Chilli Gin, is a sweet chocolate-pudding like flavour, with a fiery chilli kick.This works wonderfully served with Valencian Orange Tonic, with a twist of orange or grated chocolate.Create a Spicy Chocolate Espresso Martini:You'll need: 50ml Choc.. read more
A deliciously refreshing and aromatic gin that harmonises tangy Gooseberry with sweet Elderflower creating a refreshing and balanced gin.Perfect with a light tonic garnished with fresh mint or as a base for summery cocktails.Whatever the weather this naturally flavoured gin will brighten up your day.. read more
A 37.5cl bottle of Sir Robert Burnett's White Satin London Dry Gin.Bottled at 40% ABV and sealed with a spring cap closure.We estimate this was bottled in the 1950s.Please note as this is a vintage product, conditions of bottle/label and liquid level can vary. .. read more
The first gin released by the much loved Suntory, distillery comes this Roku Gin.The name "Roku" is Japanese for "Six" which refers to the six Japanese botanicals used. Sakura flower (cherry blossoms), sakura leaf (cherry leaf), sencha tea (green tea), Gyokuro tea (refined green tea), sanshō pepper,.. read more
The Gin Bothy was borne of the The Jam Bothy - an award winning jam making business based in a bothy nestled in the Angus Glens.Created in Kirriemuir famous for gingerbread, this small batch gingerbread offers warmth and spice!Perfect neat on ice, with cranberry juice or a ginger ale... read more
There’s a new tipple to leave out for Santa on Christmas eve…Magical LIMITED EDITION gin liqueur infused with the majesty of Christmas pudding!Packed with snowy, silvery shimmer – just shake it to wake it!.. read more
Rock Rose Gin get its name from the distiller's first botanical forage along the cliffs of the Pentland Firth, where they were introdued to Rhodiola rosea, a rose in the rocks. Over a thousand years ago, the Vikings would harvest wild exposed cliffs like these to gather Rhodiola rosea. This was thou.. read more
A bottle of Red Hills Dry London Gin, produced and bottled according to the original recipe by Gio Buton & C in Bologna, Italy.We estimate this was bottled in the 1950s.Please note as this is a vintage gin, conditions of bottle/label and liquid level can vary... read more
A bottle of Red Hills Dry Gin, produced and bottled according to the original recipe by Gio Buton & C in Bologna, Italy.We estimate this was bottled in the 1960s.Please note as this is a vintage gin, conditions of bottle/label and liquid level can vary. .. read more
Persie Herby & Aromatic Gin is a rich and savoury spirit.Established by Simon Fairclough who, having toured Scotland with the Scottish Gin Club (of which he is a founder), he realised that he’d be able to create a range of gins that appealed most to gin drinkers.No single gin could ever possibly tic.. read more
This Beautiful and Elegant Gin is produced in Oswestry, Shropshire!This is produced with lots and lots of Aromatic Botanicals ranging from Juniper (Obviously), Citrus Peel, Coriander, Cardamom and Angels Wreath!This creates an Extremely Smooth Gin which is well rounded and packs a Big Flavour Punch!.. read more
At the Dalton Distillery, Oro gin is made in the time honoured way, that is by redistilling a selection of natural seeds, berries, peels and barks known as ‘the botanicals’ together with high quality neutral grain spirit.Here, distillers macerate this mixture for 24 hours and distil using the ‘one s.. read more
Made at one of England’s foremost gin distilleries – the Langley Distillery, which can trace its roots back to 1785 – London Hill Dry Gin is produced using the traditional pot still method.A crisp gin, London Hill's bias towards subtle citrus tones comes from ribbons of citrus peel including lemon a.. read more
The by product of two years’ distillation sampling by husband and wife team, Steven and Lynne Duthie.A unique addition to the market, this gin incorporates sap from the silver birch tree, tapped from the Kincardine Estate in Royal Deeside providing a warm earthy tone to the profile that compliments .. read more
No.3 is the London Dry Gin distilled to a proprietary recipe of Berry Bros. & Rudd, London’s oldest wine and spirit merchant.The name No.3 refers to the address in St James’s Street, London: our home since 1698. No.3 was created to be the last word in gin for a Dry Martini.With juniper at its heart,.. read more