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VII Hills London Dry Gin was released in MMXIV (AKA - 2014), inspired by Italian ingredients and crafted in England. The botanicals include the likes of lavender, horse parsley and chervil, among...  More info
$56.11
We believe this bottle of Gordon's Orange Gin (a fruit-laden expression sadly no longer in production, just like their Lemon Gin) was made after 1936 but before 1960. Sounds like a riddle, doesn't it?...  More info
$457.91
A gorgeous 1 litre bottle of Gilbey's London Dry Gin, which we believe to have been produced in the 1970s. Little known fact - Gilbey's once owned the Strathmill whisky distillery back in the late...  More info
$219.80
From the Lakes Distillery in Cumbria comes a gift pack containing a bottle of their Lakes Gin (made with bilberry, heather, meadowsweet and locally-grown juniper alongside other botanicals, we'll have...  More info
$60.98
The Lakes Gin
(70cl, 43.70%)
The Lakes Gin comes from the Lakes Distillery in Cumbria, makers of The One Blended Whisky. For their gin, they use locally sourced juniper, as well as more botanicals from the surrounding areas...  More info
$45.72
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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$50.29
Produced in Scotland with real fruit, this is a blackcurrant-flavoured gin from Berry Good, with a crisp, fruity flavour.  More info
$34.73
A stonkingly good gin made by Adnams, who are already renowned for the cracking range of beer. They make this using 13 different botanicals, and the results are silky smooth, with a characteristic...  More info
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The more festive version of Beefeater, this is made with the addition of cinnamon, nutmeg and pine. It's uch more warming, and richer than the standard edition, and is well worth trying.  More info
$29.93
Made using less sugar than other recipes, in true Foxdenton style, this is a drier, more robust fruit gin. They recommend this in a Kir Royale, or better yet, neat!  More info
$33.37
An organic sloe gin. When making this, the producers couldn't find certified organic blackthorn bushes in the UK, instead they secured a Soil Association source in Romania. The berries are immersed in...  More info
$35.89
The second batch of premium gin from the Bow-based East London Liquor Company, once again with a variation on their signature gin. A herbaceous expression, packed with juniper, coriander seeds...  More info
$51.48
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
$49.27
Yep. Exactly what it says on the tin (or bottle, if you're going to be picky). Bathtub Gin which has been aged in a cask which held Pedro Ximénez Sherry and was used to finish the Darkness! Ardbeg...  More info
$45.72
Plymouth English Gin 1.5l
(150cl, 41.20%)
A magnum bottle of Plymouth gin. This is handmade in copper pot stills in Plymouth, The recipe dates back to 1896.  More info
A 1 litre bottle of the classic Gilbey's London Dry Gin, produced way back when in the 1960s. It's even got a little sticker showing how proud they are that it's bigger than a quart. Just as long as...  More info
$274.75
A 1980s bottling of Todd's London Dry Gin, produced over 20 years ago and still in very good condition. It even features a portrait of a chap (potentially Todd) with a very imposing moustache. We're...  More info
$146.53
Look into the history of Greenall's London Dry Gin with this bottle of their juniper libation, which we believe to have been produce in the late 1970s or early 1980s. The bottle is in good condition...  More info
$183.17
Horse Guards might sound like they protect the horses, but really they were a regiment of the British Army for keeping the peace. The old brand of London Dry Gin was named after them. It was bottled...  More info
$183.17
Named after the Elizabeth I, this bottle of Queen Elizabeth London Dry Gin is an antique from years gone by. We believe that it was produced between 1949 and 1959, making it over 50 years old!...  More info
$366.33
An antique bottle of Christie's London Dry Gin, which has recently seen a relaunch in New Zealand. If you wanted to see how it tasted and how it looked in the 1970s, here's you chance. Surprisingly...  More info
$183.17
A classic brand of gin with a name that might not sound very appealing, but we're sure there were many that quite enjoyed a glass of Lamplighter English Dry Gin and tonic back in the 1960s when it was...  More info
$219.80
Boodles Gin has recently been revived with a new bottle design and lower ABV, but this, my friends, is from Ye Olde Times (also known as the 1970s). It's got the higher ABV and classic label and...  More info
$183.17
Produced in the 1970s, this bottle of Beefeater gin is over 30 years old. Despite its age, it has been kept in excellent condition and would make a great addition to an antique spirits collection.  More info
$183.17
A bottle of Beefeater London Dry Gin, produced in the late 1970s for the American market. Tasty stuff from years ago.  More info
$146.53
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