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Cask-Aged Gin - Batch 1
(50cl, 43.30%)
When Professor Cornelius Ampleforth acquired some octave casks (only 50 litres capacity as opposed to the more usual 250 litre hogshead) what did he decide to do with them? Make cask-aged gin of...  More info
An ancient edition of Gordon's Dry Gin, from the late 1980s. Look at its handsome old-school label. Handsome.  More info
Created in 1820 by James Burroughs, Beafeater is real classic London Dry Gin, with a spiced, fruity flavour. This particular bottle is a rare litre bottling from the early 1980s.  More info
From Tanqueray's Bar Series Number 1 comes this 2010 vintage "Tonight's Edition", packaged in a handsomely silver-wrapped bottle. Lovely stuff.  More info
The lower strength version of Tanqueray Export Strength, with a free cocktail shaker! Perfect for mixing martinis in.  More info
Gordon's Yellow Label Gin is a favourite on the Continent, and is a higher-than-usual strength bottling made to the original recipe of Alexander Gordon. A classic, and the requisite spirit in many...  More info
$48.41
Gordon's Yellow Label
(70cl, 37.50%)
A lower strength version of Gordon's Yellow Label gin - the original recipe created by Alexander Gordon. A great addition to many a fine cocktail.  More info
$31.42
Cask-Aged Gin - Batch 2
(50cl, 43.30%)
When Professor Cornelius Ampleforth acquired some octave casks (only 50 litres capacity as opposed to the more usual 250 litre hogshead) what did he decide to do with them? Make cask-aged gin of...  More info
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Sloe Gin - 2012
(50cl, 29%)
Professor Cornelius Ampleforth’s Vintage Sloe Gin is a superior small batch spirit that represents the perfect balance between sweetness, tannic grip, and aromatic richness.

The sloe gin is made...  More info
London 40 Gin
(70cl, 40%)
London 40 is made to the same recipe as Pink 47 but with a reduced alcohol content.  More info
$29.68
London Pink 47 Gin
(70cl, 47%)
Pink 47 is a London Dry Gin made with 12 botanicals from around the world, including Italian juniper, two types of angelica, a brace of different corianders, Spanish citrus and almonds, African nutmeg...  More info
$39.08
A delicious and very handsomely packaged sloe gin made by top gin distillers, Sipsmith. Expect a lot of rich, puckering fruit and an intense aroma.  More info
$40.90
Pink 47 Gin
(70cl, 47%)
Pink 47 is a fine London Dry gin made from Italian juniper berries. It includes some exotic botanicals too with two different types of angelica and two different corianders. Lavish. There's also...  More info
$37.82
This is a rare bottle of Gordon's London Dry Gin, bottled in the early 1990s. Gordon's gin was first made in 1769 by Alexander Gordon, and to this day the recipe is known to only four people!  More info
$79.58
This brilliantly named 'Plym-Gin' was bottled in the 1980s. Full of lemony goodness.  More info
$159.16
This 1950s bottling of Booth’s High & Dry looks as if it has a frosted glass bottle. Then again, perhaps that's just dust, a vital component of any self respecting antique bottle.

Pleasingly, this...  More info
$238.73
We don't think this was made as lighter fluid for oldy-timey lamps. In fact, we're pretty sure it's simply a London Dry Gin with an unfortunate name.  More info
$198.95
This '60s or '70s bottling says "Plym-Gin", but we're clever enough to know that means Plymouth Gin. The fact that "Plym-Gin" almost rhymes is pretty cool though. Sort of.  More info
$198.95
Booth's House of Lords gin is decorated with lions, not lords. Perhaps they thought lords wouldn't sell well, but everybody likes lions, right? Classic London Dry Gin from the 1970s.  More info
$198.95
A classic gin from the 1970s. Launched in 1959, Bombay Dry Gin preceded Bombay Sapphire, with this 75cl bottling having been produced for export to Italy.  More info
$198.95
A rare litre bottling of 47.3% abv Gordon’s Gin from the 1980s, originally exported to Spain.  More info
$169.10
This old 113.5 cl bottling of 1970s Beefeater was produced in Austria, hence the omission of "London" on the label.  More info
$228.79
London was a pretty hip, happenin' town in 1976 (well, when has it ever been not hip nor happenin'?), which is when this bottle of Beefeater London Dry Gin was produced. Just look how hip and...  More info
$159.16
Produced in Scotland with real fruit, this is a blackcurrant-flavoured gin from Berry Good, with a crisp, fruity flavour.  More info
$37.72
Mayfair Dry Gin
(70cl, 40%)
This gin uses a variety of botanicals including juniper, angelica root, coriander seed, rubbed savoury, orris powder and a selection of others to create a full-bodied gin.  More info
$51.16
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