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A rare bottle of dry gin, produced in the 1960s by German Schnapps makers, Doornkaat before they were bought by Beretzen in 1992. The chap on the bottle looks pretty excited about finding such a rare...  More info
$193.12
Elephant Dry Gin
(50cl, 45%)
Elephant Dry Gin is distilled in Germany using 14 botanicals that include some rather unusual but fascinating African ingredients like Baobab, the Buchu plant, Devil's Claw and African Wormwood. With...  More info
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$47.46
Ferdinand's Saar Dry Gin features a particularly intricate recipe, with 30 different botanicals in the mix, including thyme, sloe and rose hip, among (many) others. As if that wasn't enough, the...  More info
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$77.60
Monkey 47 gin is a superb gin made with 47 hand-graded botanicals (including fresh cranberries!) and soft spring water from the Black Forest. The Distiller's Cut is a refined, complex gin.  More info
$116.79
Monkey 47 Dry Gin
(50cl, 47%)
An unusual gin from the Black Forest in Germany, Monkey 47 contains a unique ingredient. No, not that! Cranberries! The 47 comes from the number of botanicals that go into this unique gin, and the...  More info
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$55.70
Monkey 47 Sloe Gin
(50cl, 29%)
The superbly packaged Monkey 47 Sloe gin is a peppery, tangy, complex spirit made by macerating Black Forest sloes in spirit for three months.  More info
$81.67
Steinhäger is a name of a style of gin that can only be made in the city of Steinhagen, somewhat similar to how Plymouth gin can only be made in Plymouth. A well known brand of Steinhäger is Schlichte...  More info
$154.50
What was once thought to be a cure for seasickness amongst the sea-faring souls of The Royal Navy, is now an excellent addition to your cocktail arsenal. The Bitter Truth Pink Gin is made by blending...  More info
$59.72
Steinhäger is a type of German gin from the municipality of Steinhagen, from which it takes its name. Steinhäger is also just a fantastic sounding word that's thoroughly enjoyable to say. Steinhäger.  More info
$154.50
A rare German produced dry gin from the 1960s, it was made in Hamburg and bottled at 40% abv.

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$193.12
A 1966 bottling of extra dry gin produced in Hamburg by Gilka.  More info
$193.12
A fantastically rare Dry Gin produced by the Heinrich company in Berlin in the 1970s. Wonderful stuff.  More info
A rare dry gin from Berlin-based producer Heinrich dating from the early 1970s.  More info
$173.81
A dry gin produced in Germany during the 1970s by Jacob Stück.  More info
$154.50
A rare 1960s bottling of dry gin from Royal Tunbridge Wells' twin town of Wiesbaden in Germany.  More info
$193.12

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