A special gin conceived in Royal Tunbridge Wells, close to our offices, and made using the spa town's spring water. The creators also grow and pick their own organic lemons and oranges in Spain,… More info
1897 Quinine Gin
1897 Quinine Gin is an exciting, innovative 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… More info
Most of the 5th Gin range is coloured - Fire is pink/red tinted, Earth has a yellow hue and Water is bright blue! Air, perhaps unsurprisingly, has been left as a clear spirit, but is presented in a… More info
Earth, like its elemental siblings, is infused with its own selection of botanicals as well as being made more traditional spices and, of course, juniper. Earth, has been taken to mean citrus peels… More info
The 5th Gin London dry range contains Earth, Water, Air and Fire releases, taking inspiration from the classical elements. Fire is infused with red berries (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and… More info
One of a range of four London dry gins based around the classical elements. Water is made with an infusion of rose and violet petals alongside traditional botanicals. It's coloured blue because… More info
Made in much the same way as their Sloe Gin, this small batch Damson gin from Bramley & Gage uses handpicked British damsons. More info
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
For their Sloe Gin, which uses a proportion of handpicked sloes from near the distillery in Gloucester, Bramley & Gage follow the tries and tested method of using a high sloe to gin ratio, moderate… More info
A half bottle of Bramley & Gage's Sloe Gin, made with bundles of hand-picked hedgerow sloes along with handfuls of delicious herbs and spices. More info
London Gin Club
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
Abadia de Alcobaça
A Portuguese gin named for Alcobaça abbey. This bottle is thought to date from the 1960s.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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Electric Spirit Co
A pretty darn marvellous gin from Leith's Electric Spirit Co., featuring Sichuan pepper and fennel seed alongside the classic juniper as botanicals. We're expecting much tastiness to occur when this… 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
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
A rye-based gin from Adnams, released in the latter half of 2016. This is made using rye grown by Jonathan Adnams at his farm is Reydon, along with Japanese macha tea, lemongrass and a blend of… More info
A rather cool gin from the Aduro range, produced in an old Italian Grappa distillery by a pair of Belgian brothers. The begin with a recipe of 23 classic gin botanicals, and then add a rather… More info
An antique bottle of Aliança Gin, produced all the way back in the 1960s in Portugal. 'Aliança', as we all know, is Portuguese for 'Alliance'.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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Alkkemist Gin features a base of triple-distilled grain spirit and 21 different botanicals, interestingly including Muscat grape, alongside orange and lemon peel, rose petals, samphire, fennel, thyme… More info
The Inca Distillery
A gin made with Amazonian botanicals including sacha inchi, Brazil nuts and tonka beans. More info
Ampersand is distilled in England using juniper, coriander, angelica, pepper and the finest Spanish orange and lemon peels (peels by hand and sun-dried). This London Dry Gin is from Osbourne, not to… 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
Anno Gin co-founders Andy and Norman both turned 60 in 2015, hence Anno 60² Gin, presented at a healthy stronger-than-navy-strength 60% abv! Produced in Kent, this special edition has a distinctive… More info
A festive treat from Anno! Previously released as Christmas miniatures, Anno's spiced cranberry offering is now here as a full 70cl gin-based spirit drink. Add a tiny splash of vermouth a hey-presto,… More info
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