The first release from the Warner Edwards Botanical Garden range is their Melissa Gin! The name comes from the scientific name for lemon balm (Melissa Officinalis), which is at the core of this… More info
Tiger Gin is the brainchild Shropshire businessman JJ Lawrence, who teamed up with a talented distillers to create this tasty juniper-based tipple. Undoubtedly you'll be able to come up with some… More info
West End Drinks Ltd.
This gin is King of the World! Or, at least, it's the King of Soho, which is just as good, as Soho encompasses almost every aspect of the world in a much smaller area. Art, music, culture and now,… More info
The ‘Origin’ range of London Dry Gins is a unique proposition for the discerning gin-lover. Each one is distilled using juniper gathered from one single location – in this instance from Klanac in… More info
"Rex Habit Extra, Quicquid Episcopus Habit Intra" as it says on the Durham distillery website. Brings back such memories of Durham. Oh, Durham...
(Jake studied Ancient History at Durham and… More info
English Drinks Company
A refreshing tipple from the English Drinks Company - their very own Cucumber Gin! Perfect for enjoying in a G&T, garnished with a slice of cucumber (obviously). More info
Gin Lane 1751
An Old Tom Gin from the Gin lane 1751 range, created by the Bloomsbury Club and Charles Maxwell of Thames Distillers. Sweeter than your standard gin, Old Tom gins are excellent in cocktails like the… More info
Wilkin & Sons Ltd.
Recognise the label? Does it make you think of breakfast? That'll be because this come from Wilkin & Sons, makers of many fine conserves. They've used the Little Scarlet Strawberries found in their… More info
"A twist on a classic" is an overused phrase, but is surely appropriate here. This edition of one of the most popular London Dry Gins in the world uses the ten classic Bombay Sapphire botanicals plus… More info
Whitley Neill bottled at 43% abv (previously 42%). A London Dry Gin made with African botanicals including extracts from the Baobab Tree (known as the Tree of Life) and Physalis fruit. It's made in a… More info
Beautiful quadruple-distilled gin made by Charles Maxwell in London. It is flavoured with botanicals including cinnamon, angelica, bergamot and gardenia and has a slight blue tint. More info
East London Liquor Company
The East London Liquor Company's Premium Batch gins offer variations on their regular recipe - a rather exciting undertaking for such a new distillery! Batch 1 is once again made with 100% British… More info
45 West Distillers Ltd
Burleighs Signature London Dry Gin, was inspired by a walk in Burleigh Wood, where master distiller Jamie Baxter happened to come across silver birch, dandelion, burdock, elderberry and iris. From… More info
Well this is pretty awesome isn't it? Four bottles of craft tonic along with four small bottles of fantastic gins! What more could you want?
BTW Gin & Tonic Tasting Set Contents- 4x BTW Tonic… More info
An absolute classic dry gin, Gordon's is one of the best selling spirits in the world, and was first created in 1769, and the recipe hasn't changed since! This is a triple-distilled gin flavoured… More info
A beautiful quintuple-distilled made in the centre of London. This is made with 12 botanicals as well as good quality grain spirit. Ish London Dry Gin is great in a Martini! More info
Named after Dutch explorer Willem Barentsz, this is a gin made with juniper, jasmine, coriander seed, angelica, orange, almond, liquorice, cassia and orris root. It was created by Michael Claessens… More info
A London Dry Gin from God's Own County! Masons use Harrogate spring water for their gins along with juniper, a proportion of which is from their own bushes, and a combination of secret botanicals… More info
One of the best known and most delicately perfumed gins in the world, Bombay Sapphire makes an excellent Martini, and is great as a base for a Gin and Tonic. More info
Brighton Spirits Co.
Brighton Gin is a fantastic tipple from the beautiful city of Brighton and Hove on the South Coast, made by five Brightonian gin lovers, including a former restaurateur, a spirits specialist, a… More info
A Traveller's Edition bottling of Gordon's Yellow Label Gin, with a rather handsomely designed label. Bottled at a higher ABV than your standard Gordon's London Dry Gin, the Yellow Label expression… More info
The lower strength version of Tanqueray Export Strength. It boasts a phenomenally fruity, spicy palate with big zesty, citrusy top notes which make this gin the perfect all-rounder. More info
The Ancient Mariner's London Dry Gin was chosen from more than 25 different recipes, created with 100% British grains and distilled in London. It is named, of course, for Coleridge's famous poem The… More info
Beefeater London Dry Gin was first made in 1820 by James Burroughs. It is still, to this day, made to the same recipe. Great in a martini, this is a spiced, fruity gin. More info
From the T.E.A. range (which cleverly stands for 'Tea Enriched Alcohol') comes their Earl Grey Gin, made with sugar beet spirit and a selection of botanicals, including earl grey tea, bergamot oil,… More info