Spirit of the Month: August 2020

We choose our Spirit of the Month to highlight some of the greatest spirits in the world. Some of them are age-old classics, some of them are great new releases, but whatever it is, you can be sure that it's something we love. This month we've chosen:

No. 3 Gin – The Whisky Exchange Spirit of the Month
No. 3 Gin – The Whisky Exchange Spirit of the Month
No. 3 Gin

No.3 London Dry Gin

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Created by world-famous wine and spirits merchant Berry Bros & Rudd, alongside expert bartenders, including Alessandro Palazzi, Head Bar Manager at Duke’s Hotel, No.3 Gin is an elegant, aromatic gin made with six specially-selected botanicals. Made in Holland using a traditional copper pot still, it uses a combination of juniper, coriander seed, angelica root, grapefruit peel, cardamom and orange peel to create its citrus-forward flavours.

About the Producer

No.3 Gin

Britain’s oldest wine and spirits merchant, Berry Bros & Rudd has traded from the same shop in London since 1698 and have two Royal Warrants. Focused on providing high-quality wines and spirits that are a joy to drink, Berry Bros & Rudd has been a family-run company for more than 300 years and has expanded to have offices in Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore.

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    5 Customer Reviews

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    • 5
      22 June 2018

      I haven't tried all premium gins, but I did try a few in this price range and this is the smoothest, most balanced of all. Really good neat from the freezer, or on the rocks, but of course it works in cocktails also. Highly recommended.

    • 5
      16 February 2018

      Gin that tastes as gin should! Best gin i've ever tasted

    • 5
      23 June 2017

      Just what a Gin should be. Very easy to drink.

    • Anonymous 7 April 2014

      One of my favourite gins on the market, has lovely notes of grapefruit and anise and works wonderfully well in a G&T served with a slice of pink grapefruit. It's not a subtle gin and some people have complained that the cardamom and liquorice are a bit too forward, but I love the balance. 90/100

    • DB Smith 21 November 2010

      An excellent Martini Gin, with hints of sweet citrus (a little like Cointreau) works very well in a Martinez and similar cocktails.