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  • Two Birds Old Tom Gin 40% 20cl
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  • Two Birds London Dry Gin 40% 20cl
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  • Two Birds Speciality Cocktail Gin 40% 20cl
    Developed to be the perfect accompaniment to any Gin based cocktail by altering the distillation process resulting in a more intense Juniper flavour but still bottles at only 40%vol for a well-balanced finish. Best Served: Mixed in a classic Martini or any other Gin based cocktails such as Gimlet or Negroni.
  • The Botanist Islay Dry Gin 46% 20cl
    Botanist Gin in a dinky 20cl bottle made on Islay useing nine of the Classic Gin Aromatics - Orris root, Cassia bark, Coriander seed, etc - and augment these with a heady harvest of 22 wild, native island botanicals, hand-picked by their expert foraging team from the windswept hills, peat bogs and Atlantic shores of this Hebridean Island of Islay.

    The spirit is distilled in Bruichladdies unique lomond pot-still "ugly betty". Betty distills the spirit exceptionally slowly and at a remarkable low pressure. The result is an outstandingly smooth and floral gin of impeccable and quite unique provenance. Great gin!
  • Warner Edwards Harrington Sloe Gin 30% 20cl
    The wonderful perfumed nose of Wild sloes sourced from the hedgerows of England and Wales, have been infused with the award winning Warner Edwards gin to produce a very moreish sloe gin of class and elegance.
  • Larios Gin 37.5%
    Larios Gin is probably one of the best known gin brands in the Mediterranean. Double distilled in Malaga and Manzanares in Spain, it is made to the London dry gin recipe with juniper, coriander and orange peel. Smooth and dry with citrus flavours and delicate floral aromas.
  • Greenalls Wild Berry Gin 37.5% 70cl
    Greenalls is Engalnds oldest Gin distillery founded in 1761 by original distiller Thomas Dakin. This limited edition has been infused with a combination of blackberries nad raspberries and natural botanicals to produce a subtle wild berry flavour.
  • Gordons Crisp Cucumber Gin 37.5% 70cl
    Gordons Crisp Cucumber Gin contains the original London Dry gin with the addition of cucumber flavouring to deliver a refreshing and invigorating flavour. Drink with tonic and slices of lemon and cucumber.
  • Gordons with a spot of Eldeflower 37.5% 70cl
    Gordons new gin flavour for this year is Elderflower, following on from last years cucumber flavouring. Crisp dry Gordons gin with the subtle sweet notes of elderflower, to produce a summer classic. The perfect pour would be to mix with cloudy apple jiuce, a slice of lemon and lots of ice, but equally good with tonic water.
  • JJ Whitley London Dry Gin 38.6% vol 70cl
    This is a classic London Dry gin with distinctive juniper, pepper and parma violets with smooth citrus bursts and a hint of dryness on the finish. Made by JJ  Whitley who have been distilling for eight generations, using a blend of 8 bontanicals.
  • Beefeater Gin 40% 70cl
    Since 1800s Beefeater has combined a classic recipe of Juniper, Coriander, Angelica and the tang of Seville oranges. A true classic London Gin, it is named after the infamous Beefeaters of the Tower of London, who guard the Tower and its precious contents for over 100 years. The recipe to this classic Gin is also as closely guarded, as it should be, for it is a true classic Gin.
  • JJ Whitley Nettle Gin 38.6% vol 70cl
    It has juniper to start on the nose then a strong herbaceaous punch from the nettles. Notes of citrus and corriander are bound by a delicate sweetness.
  • Warner Edwards Rhubarb Tin 40% 20cl
    A Baby bottle of the ever popular Rhubarb Gin from Warner Edwards presented in a gift tin, the Ideal stocking filler. It is made using the same Rhubarb Grown by Queen Victoria on her crown estates over 100 years ago. It is first softened before gentle pressing to extract the juice. It is then combined with the gin and just enough sugar to balance the acidity to produce a fablous gin with big juicy rhubarb flavours and a lovely pink hue.
  • Curio Rock Samphire Gin 41% 35cl

    Curio Rock Samphire Gin wastwo years in the making and is a quadrupled distilled gin with a lovely fresh nose of juniper, cinnamon and a slight hint of salt spay. Distilled in Mullion, Cornwall and made with hand foraged Rock Samphire from the local cliff edges and a selection of others botanicals. Delicate and smooth to taste, it's spicy on the palate with balanced botanicals. Perfect to enjoy as a classic G&T or on its own with ice.

    Run by husband and wife teamWilliam and Rubina Tyler-Street, the duo became curious about setting up a craft spirits brand in 2012. They turned that dream into a reality and their gin was released in time for Christmas 2014. They invested in two small stills, a rotary evaporator and a not insignificant amount of time experimenting with the idea of creating a range of bespoke spirits to reflect their adventurous nature. Only pure natural spring water is used in the distillation process sourced from the Cornish Spring Water Company; in fact, they are dedicated to using local suppliers where at all possible.

    Currently there are plans for extending the distillery, such is the popularity of the spirits they produce. Why not take a look at their other offerings such as Peruvian Cocoa Nib Vodka, Cardamom Vodka and, their most recent addition, Tyler Street Gin.

  • Brokers London Dry Gin 40%
    Made with THE FINEST herbs, spices and fruit IMPORTED FROM THREE CONTINENTS, Broker's Gin is SPECIALLY BLENDED TO BE DRY...not unlike the British sense of humour.
    The rich mixture of natural ingredients, each carefully selected, produces a drink of OUTSTANDING flavour and freshness. BROKER'S is the perfect basis for a GIN AND TONIC, unquestionably one of life's great pleasures.
  • Gin Lane 1751 London Dry Gin Small Batch 40% 70cl
    Gin Lane 1751 is a victorian style gin bearing the name of the Gin act of that same date. It is made from 8 botanicals Cassia Bark, Angelica, Sicilian Lemon, Coriander, Orris root, Sevilla Orange, Juniper and Star Anise. Distilled at Thames distillery in small traditional pot stills with each bottle carrying an indiviual number. It has bold juniper with a hint of liquorice and citrus zest providing clean notes on the finish.

  • Finsbury Gin 37.5% 70cl
    Finsbury Gin was originally established in London in 1740. Today Finsbury Gin is still produced in the same way using the original 250 year old secret recipe handed down from generation to generation.

    A mix of juniper berries, exotic fruits, spices and the finest grain, distilled in single batch 100 year old copper pot stills, gives Finsbury Gin its top class award-winning taste.
  • Tarquins Dry Gin 42% 35cl

    The first gin to be distilled in Cornwall for over 100 years, Tarquin’s Dry Gin is a contemporary take on the classic London Dry. 12 botanicals are used in its production, with Devon violets and fresh citrus zest dominating this light, floral, easy drinking gin.

    Southwestern Distillery use juniper from Kosovo as it’s fresh and quite floral. Lemon sherbert coriander seeds are sourced from Bulgaria rather than the spicier Moroccan variety. The fresh zest of orange, lemons and grapefruits are also used along with angelica root, orris root, green cardamom, almonds, cinnamon, liquorice root. The final botanical in this wonderful gin is Devon violets, sourced from Tarquin’s own garden!

    South Western Distillery is headed up by Tarquin who is so proud of his creation he puts his name on every bottle. He believes in doing things the old-fashioned way, even if it takes longer. Only the best and most pure spirit (the heart) makes it into Tarquin's Gin, which is diluted to bottling strength at 42% with Cornish spring water. Tarquin's Dry Gin is made in small batches of just 300 bottles at a time before being hand selected, bottled, labelled and signed by Tarquin himself. This attention to detail goes some way to explaining why this is our best selling Cornish gin.

  • Gordons Gin 37.5% 70cl
    The G in a G&T has to be GORDON'S gin. It's the unmistakable aroma of ginny juniper that does it. Or, to put it another way, the exquisite gin-zing-aling. Sorry we can't tell you more, our recipe is a closely guarded secret, but maybe your senses can?
  • Gilbey's Gin 37.5% 70cl
    Gilbe's Gin was given a good scor at the beverage Tasting Institute, with a score of 88/100, saying the following "Reminiscent of spices, minerals, and dried herbs. Medium light body with a delicate, creamy texture. Good combination of rich aromatics."
  • Haymans 1820 Liqueur Gin 40% 50cl
    Hayman's 1820 is the world's first Gin Liqueur created Christopher and James Hayman, direct descendants of James Burrough, who in 1820 founded Beefeater Gin.

    Hayman's 1820 is made from 100% pure grain spirit, which, together with a unique blend of botanicals, is London distilled five times.

    At 40% strength, Hayman's guarantees a cool, clean drink with a hint of sweetness, providing a refreshing yet subtly satisfying clear liqueur. Hayman's 1820 will appeal to those who enjoy both gin and liqueur.

    The combination of botanicals used in the distillation results in a smooth, clean and refreshing gin with an obvious citrus lilt, however when combined with the additional sweetness that one would expect from a liqueur, the result is a product with a delicious orange character.

    "When served straight or on-the-rocks, the consumer is left with no doubt that they are drinking a superb dry gin with the subtle yet profound influences that defines this unique product as the world's first gin liqueur" Christopher Hayman
  • Conker Dorset Dry Gin 40% 35cl
    Conker Dorset Dry Gin has been created using ten botanicals, three of which are sourced locally, Elderberries, Samphire and wild gorse flowers. A smooth gin made from British wheat spirit uniquely different and cut with Dorset spring water.
  • Hawthorns London Dry Gin 37.5% 70cl
    Hawthorns is a classic London dry gin made with 10 botanicals from a secret recipe. It is made in a copper pot still from British wheat. It is fresh and zesty and delightfully smooth
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