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1897 Quinine Gin
(70cl, 45.80%)
1897 Quinine Gin is an exciting, inventive London Dry Gin which has been made using cinchona bark - the natural and traditional source of quinine - as well as cold distilled fresh lemon and grapefruit...  More info
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6 o'Clock Gin
(70cl, 43%)
6 O'Clock gin is made by Bramley and Gage - top English liqueur producers, and the gin itself is made with just 7 botanicals including elderflowers and citrus peel.  More info
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A very handy gift set featuring a bottle of the tasty 6 o'Clock, presented in a stylish box alongside four 200ml bottles of 6 o'Clock Indian Tonic Water. As you can guess, these go together...  More info
This London dry gin is named after the famous crossroads in the St Giles parish of London.

Seven Dials sits between St Giles and Soho. The area was urbanised in the late 1600s where seven streets...  More info
This cracking gin is distilled in a beer stripping column, before being put through a handmade copper pot still. It is then purified in a rectifier. The result is very creamy and rich. This gin is...  More info
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Adnams First Rate Gin
(70cl, 48%)
A fabulous higher-than-average proof gin from the Southwold-based Adnams Brewery. Big and full-bodied, and rated Best New Product at the CLASS Magazine Awards 2011.  More info
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Adnams Sloe Gin 50cl
(50cl, 26%)
A very tasty sloe gin from Adnams Brewery. Very creamy, tangy and tart with hints of plum and almond oil.  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
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Anno Kent Dry Gin
(70cl, 43%)
Anno Kent Dry Gin is one of the first gins to be distilled in Kent since the 1800s (there's also one that's made literally 15 feet from my desk). Fresh and flavourful with a superb selection of...  More info
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Anno Sloe Gin
(70cl, 29%)
Say 'hello' to Anno's Sloe Gin! To make it, the Anno Distillers in Kent use a selection of local botanicals, including elderflower, rose hips, lavender and samphire from the Romney Marsh, as well as...  More info
Batch Premium Gin
(70cl, 40%)
Batch Premium Gin features quite a varied selection of botanicals, including juniper, coriander seed, cinnamon bark, angelica root, lemongrass stalks, orange peel, cardamom, clove, crushed nutmeg and...  More info
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Bath Gin
(70cl, 40%)
The Bath Gin Company was born from the folks at the Canary Gin Bar on Queen Street. Their Bath Gin features a selection of 10 botanicals - Cassia Bark, Lemon Peel, Burnt Orange Peel, Cubeb Berry...  More info
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Bathtub Gin
(70cl, 43.30%)
An extraordinary award-winning gin, produced by the enigmatic Professor Cornelius Ampleforth. Made using the traditional method of Cold Compounding (or in layman’s terms – infusing). Very high quality...  More info
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Bathtub Gin - Cask-Aged
(50cl, 43.30%)
Cask-Aged Gin from that marvellous Professor Cornelius Ampleforth fellow! Made by taking tiny "octave" casks (roughly a fifth of the capacity of standard hogsheads), and filling them with the...  More info
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A 'does-what-it-says-on-the-tin' release from Professor Cornelius Ampleforth. Epic concentration, huge nose, massive punch. The best gin EVER for a Last Word? We think so.

It's made with the...  More info
Bathtub Gin - Magnum (1.5L)
(150cl, 43.30%)
A Magnum bottle of the multi-award-winning Bathtub Gin. I know what you're thinking, but this has nothing to do with sweet moustaches, Detroit Tigers baseball caps and Hawaiian shirts - it's actually...  More info
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This is the Navy-Strength edition of the famous Bathtub Gin from Professor Cornelius Ampleforth. As well as boasting a higher ABV than the original Bathtub Gin, this edition also has a bigger...  More info
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Bathtub Gin - Old Tom
(50cl, 42.40%)
Professor Cornelius Ampleforth has been at it again, and this time he’s recreated a traditional style of gin that was very popular in 18th and 19th century England. Old Tom is a slightly sweetened...  More info
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Bathtub Gin - Sloe Gin
(50cl, 33.80%)
Almost half a pound of the finest Sloes are used to produce every bottle of his cold-compounded Sloe Gin, along with a merry band of botanicals, including Juniper Berries, Cinnamon, Coriander, Cloves...  More info
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The recipe for Beckett's Gin is based on simplicity and quality, with only 6 botanicals used; juniper, lime, orris root, sweet orange peel, coriander and Kingston Upon-Thames mint. Infused with...  More info
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A big Beefeater from the 1990s. This collectible 100cl bottle of the classic London Dry Gin is in great condition and would make many fine Gin Martinis.  More info
Beefeater 24
(70cl, 45%)
A more recent addition to the Beefeater range. When creating Beefeater 24, Desmond Payne knew he had to come up with something totally different for his selection of botanicals. He used tea! The 12...  More info
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Wellity, wellity, wellity. The big boys are cask-aging gin! Interestingly, Beefeater age their specially distilled small batch spirit in casks previously used for Jean de Lillet.  More info
We have a few of this particular bottling of Beefeater gin from the 1970s, in varying conditions (the most damaged label being pictured).  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
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