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 »
Smooth Ambler's Barrel Aged Gin uses their Greenbrier Gin as the base, half of which is aged in new bourbon barrels and half in used Old Scout Bourbon barrels for three months. This has notes of burnt caramel and sugar intertwined with lemon meringue. They say "it sips like a gin and finishes like a whiskey." Sounds good to us.
Relaunched in early 2013, Tanqueray Malacca is a sweeter gin with less juniper emphasis and more citrus than the classic style. Originally introduced in the late 1990s, Malacca was discontinued after a short lifespan but has been resurrected after gradually assuming cult status among cocktail revivalist bartenders as a good substitute for the original Old Tom styles of gin.
Please note this is limited to six bottles per customer.
Oxley's is a smart new English gin, made using the extremely unusual 'cold distillation' technique. Cold distillation employs a vacuum to remove the pressure from within the still lowering the temperature to below -5°C, causing the spirit to ‘boil’.
Beefeater's Borrough's Reserve Gin is made to founder James Burrough's original 1860 recipe. Distilled by hand using his original 'Still number 12' with a 268 litre capacity, it is then rested in French oak barrels which used to contain Lillet - the first gin ever to do so. There are notes of citrus and subtle spice.
A set of 6 20cl bottles of Sacred spirits, ready for you to mix them together to make your own perfect gin. The traditional collection includes Juniper, Licorice, Coriander, Angelica, 'Triple Citrus' and Cardamom distillates.