Other Gin Styles

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  • Aviation Gin 42% 70cl
    Aviation Gin was born from an idea by Ryan Magarian of Liquid relation and two friends in the States. In June of 2006, after nearly 30 rounds of trials and adjustments, their vision became reality when the trio felt they had finally captured the essence of their obsession, and Aviation Gin was unleashed upon discriminating imbibers worldwide, resulting in what many believe to be the first brand partnership between distiller and bartender in American History.
    In no uncertain terms, gin is little more than a complex vodka infusion. Any number of botanicals including, specifically and notably, juniper, are used to flavor neutral spirit at which point a gin is given the breathe of life. From our perspective, making a truly delicious gin, requires a dedication to finding a delicate balance between each individual botanical in the blend. In creating Aviation Gin, Lee, Christian, and Ryan worked feverishly to put together a precise set of botanicals they felt would best come together to mark the spirit as a definitively Northwest product.

    Juniper
    Long prized for its restorative properties, Juniper is a member of the Cypress Family and its berry, which illicits flavors of pine, menthol, and camphor, is the backbone of all gins and defines the category

    Elletaria Cardamom
    A distant relative of ginger, elletaria or green cardamom pods, emit notes of citrus, forest, and ginger.

    Lavender
    A flowering plant within the mint genus, Lavenders unmistakably sweet floral notes and mellowing aroma, is the first note many imbibers pick up on their first experience with Aviation Gin.

    Indian Sarsaparilla
    Beyond giving Aviation a complex and mildly sweet mid-palate, Indian Sarsaparilla has long been thought to purify the blood and revitalize the senses.

    Coriander
    Traditional in dry gin since its inception in the early 19th Century, Coriander seeds are believed to contain anxiolytic properties and offer up aromatic tones of citrus, sage and ginger.

    Anise Seed
    A Mediterranean spice which gives Aviation subtle notes of Licorice.

    Dried Sweet Orange Peel
    All but one dry gin made today, contain citrus elements which offer obvious flavor notes, brightness, structure, and zip.
    £32.99
  • Williams Great Extra Dry British Gin Chase 40% 70cl
    Gin starts out life as a vodka, so what better place to start with than Chase's award winning vodka. This Potato based gin is made using 10 of the finest botanicals to ensure the driest gin possible (as well as Juniper Berries they have also used Juniper Buds). A very well balanced gin is it sure to be a hit.
    £28.99
  • Leopolds small Batch Gin Batch No. 10-24 40% 70cl
    Handcrafted, hand bottled, hand labeled, and hand numbered, this small batch gin is truly unique. First, it is an American Gin. Master Distiller Todd Leopold handcrafts every batch in a small 40-gallon copper still, blending uniquely American botanicals like hand-zested Florida Oranges and California Pummelos. These components lend citrus notes to the gin, and help distinguish American gins from their English counterparts.

    Second, we distill all of our botanicals in fractions, meaning that we distill each component of our gin separately and then blend them together to create the finished spirit. Unlike mass-produced gins where the flavors can appear to be muddled together, and stronger spices such as juniper can overpower the balance of the gin, distilling in fractions allows each individual note to be highlighted. The result is a softer, more refined, and more approachable spirit.


    Finally, we craft our gin in small batches, rather than in a continuous still. Thus while there is marked consistency from batch to batch, each has its own unique signature - much like fine wine. Each handcrafted batch is unique, yielding only fifty cases of an exceptionally complex yet subtle spirit which both those new to American Gin and the connoisseur will appreciate.
    £45.99
  • Few American Gin 40% 75cl
    American style Gin with notes of lemon peel and vanilla backed by the silky grain spirit. It then devolopes into more Juniper flavours, luxurious and smooth. A new kind of gin..
    £43.99
  • Perrys Tot Navy Strength Gin New York Distilling Company 57% 75cl
    This original Navy Strength Gin at 57% ABV is the historical proof at which gunpowder might still be fired should it unfortunately be soaked by spilled spirit. Tot, a British measurement for alcohol, gives a nod to Navy Strengths roots. Aromatic and smooth, Perrys is ideal for the gin aficionado. .
    £46.99
  • Filliers Dry Gin 28 46% 50cl
    Filliers Dry Gin 28 is a a unique gin infused and distilled with 28 botanicals made from a recipe first created in 1888 by the Filliers family in Belgium. Created in small batches, it delivers a smooth gin which is beyond compare..
    £32.99
  • Old English Gin 44% vol Hammer & Son Ltd 70cl
    This Old English Gin is made from a 1783 recipe, distilling eleven botanicals in Angela, the oldest pot still being used in England today. And by using recycled bottles, organic sealing and silk printed labels, all as they did back in 1783, we are reinvigorating the way English Gin was made and distributed back then.

    So to taste a cocktail as it was intended, you need a Gin that hasn't changed. Old English Gin is how it was: Truly original!
    £31.35
  • Edinburgh Gin 43% 70cl
    Edinburgh Gin is a classic juniper lead gin with a twist of citrus notes. It is made a in copper pot still called Flora from 8 botanicals including Scottish Juniper, heather, pine and milk thistle. Very clean with citrus and juniper notes it makes a fantastic classic G&T served with a slice of orange peel or try it in your favourite cocktails.

    £28.99
  • Pickerings 1947 Original Gin 42% 70cl
    A new limited Edition gin of just 1000 bottles from the chaps at Pickerings which is from the original recipe created in 1947. Different in style to the standard Pickering's with more emphasis on the spicier botanicals, Cardamom and Cinnamon with spicy curry edges.
    Try serving with a good tonic and a wedge of lime.
    £27.99
  • Staffords Gin 42% 70cl
    This new Gin made with Cornish spirit produced from Cornish potatoes is named after their great, great, grandfather Stafford Matthew Dustow who bought the farm back in 1904. Made by infusing their potato vodka with an array of botanicals, foraged from both on the farm and from around the world. Delicately balanced with Cornish lemon balm, rosemary and bay leaves combined with juniper, coriander, orange peel, lime Macadamia and Almond. Sweet and herbaceous nose with a refreshing citrusy taste.
    £37.99
  • Warner Edwards Harrington Dry Gin 44% 70cl
    Warner Edwards was set up by two friends Tom Warner and Sion Edwards in Nothamptonshire in 2012. The goal was to make the Worlds best artisan gin, using a unique 500 litre Arnold Holstein still
    which produces a very smooth spirit and spring water from their farm. Having won several awards last year, their hard work was rewarded this year with a double Gold Medal at the San Francisco Spirits Awards 2014 and voted one of the top gins in the World. The use a secret recipe of 11 botanicals and bottle at 44% vol.
    £30.40
  • Pickerings Navy Strength Gin 57% 70cl
    Pickering Gin is made at the first Gin Distillery in to be establish in Edinburgh for over 150 years. Based on a secret recipe from hidden since 1947 it contains 9 botanicals Juniper, Cardamon, Angelica, Fennel, Anise, Lemon, Lime and cloves. The smooth gin is produced by their 500 litre copper still 'Gert' with a unique heating system which provides a gentle all over simmer to coax out the flavours from the botanicals. Each Bottle has a replica Bearskin hat.
    £42.50
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