Having been out of fashion for so many years, gin is making a successful come-back on the cocktail circuit. Various innovative brands are now offering a new angle on gin's traditional flavour profile. Meanwhile, a host of new cocktails means there are far more ways to enjoy gin, beyond the ubiquitous gin and tonic. Read More »
A traditional-style gin from the historic Greenall's in Warrington. The company have been distilling since 1761 and have since grown to become the UK's second-largest distillery, with operations presided over by Joanne Simcock, the UK's only female master distiller.
A distilled gin from Gordon's, adding in Cucumber and a selection of other natural flavours to their London Dry Gin for a delicate and fragrant spirit. They recommend that you serve it with tonic, ice, lime and a slice of cucumber.
Gordon's have long been championing the Elderflower G&T and it's now even easier to make. This bottle of Gordon's ~Gin has a spot of Elderflower flavour added, so all you need to add is tonic for a delicious and refreshing drink.
Beefeater is one of the classic London Dry gins, with a juniper-driven, crisp dry style enhanced by citrus and exotic aromatics. A consistently reliable full-flavoured gin. IWSC 2012 - Gold Outstanding Medal - Gin
Distilled and bottled in Clapham, London, SW4 is a London Dry Gin designed to go well with tonic. Heavy on the juniper and backed up with traditional botanicals, this is a solid entry in the increasingly busy gin market.
A sloe gin from the Hayman family, a long standing English distilling dynasty, made to their secret family recipe. The only part we know is that wild English sloe berries are stepped in Hayman's gin for months before being blended with natural sugars.
Trendy younger sibling to Bombay Original, on whose recipe it is based (with a couple of extra botanicals). Credited with kickstarting gin's fashionability since its launch in 1987, Bombay Sapphire has become a truly iconic brand, with its distinctive blue bottle recognisable in bars the world over.