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An initially citrus-led gin with soft juniper character. It's produced by Smooth Ambler, a fantastic craft distillery situated in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, up in the picturesque Appalachian...  More info
$65.55
Perry's Tot is an American Navy Strength gin made by the New York Distilling Company in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It was named for Matthew Calbraith Perry, a Commandant of the Brooklyn Navy Yard in the...  More info
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$63.99
We all had our hands up for enjoying a good American gin - well this time, put up your hands if you like tasty, barrel aged American gin... Okay, that's all of you again. Well good, because GrandTen...  More info
$71.02
To make a Navy Strength Gin, some distillers would simply used the same recipe as their classic gin, just with less dilution, so the ABV hits the requisite 57%. The American craft distillery Leopold...  More info
$85.62
The first legal distillery in Arkansas since Prohibition, Rock Town are trying their hands at everything, and coming up with some brilliant spirits. Brandon's Small Batch Gin, for example, beat out...  More info
$42.74
They're well known for their whisky, but did you know that Hiram Walker produced a gin? Here's some proof for you skeptics out there; a 1970s bottle of Hiram Walker’s London Dry Gin.  More info
$187.51
Despite having a picture of Southwark, London on the bottle label, this antique Holloway's Sloe Gin was actually made in America! It was made under the supervision of Holloway's Distillery in London...  More info
$225.02
Calvert is an American Dry Gin that shares its name with an American whiskey produced by the same company. This bottle was produced in the 1970s, and the label even shows you three potential serves...  More info
$187.51
Ancient American gin! This rare bottle of Blanchard's London Dry Gin was produced way back in 1964, the same year 'A Fistfull of Dollars' was released. It's wrapped in cling film to avoid any dust...  More info
$375.03
This is very interesting indeed - a 1942 bottle of American gin! Specifically Fleischmann's White Tavern Dry Gin, produced in New York. The brand can still be found on the shelves in the USA, though...  More info
$468.78
Ransom Old Tom
(75cl, 44%)
Old Tom Gin from the land of Uncle Sam. Produced in Oregon, U.S.A., this Old Tom Gin is made by the artisan distillery Ransom, titled to represent the investment it takes to become self employed...  More info
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$63.99
"I like to have a martini, Two at the very most.
After three I'm under the table, After four I'm under my host."

This famous quote may, in fact, be misattributed to Dorothy Parker, but it sure is...  More info
$59.18
An American gin named after Matthew Calbraith Perry (and no, that's not the chap who played Chandler Bing in Friends). Perry was a naval figure of note in the 19th century; a Commandant of the...  More info
$68.19
Here we see the St. George Botanivore Gin, in its natural habitat. Indigenous to California, U.S.A., the Botanivore survives on a healthy diet of 19 different botanicals, including bay laurel...  More info
$61.72
Following on from FEW's sensational Barrel-Aged Gin, this is a global first. A cask strength release that's been made exclusively for Master of Malt by these craft distillers based in Evanston...  More info
$90.55
St. George Spirits' Dry Rye Reposado is like a 3 person tag-team of different drinks!

First, you've got the base of 100% rye grain, just like a rye whiskey, giving it a gloriously malty centre...  More info
$76.49
"Distilled in accordance with a renowned private formula" states the label of this bottle of Hiram Walker's London Dry Gin. Given that this bottle was produced at some pint between 1949 and 1959, that...  More info
$281.27
Produced in the 1960s, this is a rare bottle of Fighting Cock London Dry Gin. The brand is more well known for their Fighting Cock Bourbon, affectionately known as "the Kickin' Chicken." This bottle...  More info
$225.02
"And them good old boys were drinking whiskey and rye... gin?!"

St. George Spirits is American through and through, even when it comes to their gin. Instead of using a neutral base, they've gone...  More info
$61.72
DH Krahn Gin
(75cl, 40%)
Created by Dave Hughes and Scott Krahn, this started out as a college project for two students at Cornell in New York. It is a classic London Dry Gin, made by macerating and re-distilling spirit with...  More info
$47.74
Made originally as a one-way teleportation device, designed to transport you all the way to a Californian forest, the Terroir Gin from St. George Spirits didn't really work.

However, when they...  More info
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$61.72
Milshire Dry Gin - 1970s
(74cl, 47.50%)
An antique bottle of Milshire Dry Gin from the 1970s, made by Heublein in Hartford Connecticut. At one point, Heublien owned a whole mess of companies, even potentially owning the rights to Smirnoff...  More info
$281.27
Blu Zephyr is made with elderberries and gardenia. The result is a creamy, smooth English gin that was awarded a Silver Medal in the 2008 Chicago Beverage Institute. It is distilled in a copper pot...  More info
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Death's Door Gin 75cl
(75cl, 47%)
Death's Door gin is a fine American gin made with organic red winter wheat from Washington Island, Wisconsin. Bottled at higher strength than your average gin, this made a great martini.  More info
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$64.19
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