Design your own gin tasting a simple and fun way of discovering all the new gins. Just follow our 3 easy steps to a gintastic night.
Step 1 choose from all our gins the ones you would like to try, we would suggest a min of 4 per person. Pop them in your basket and then at checkout…Step 2 choose your date and time, Step 3 the easy bit, turn up.
Each gin is served in our gin slider taster glasses complete with appropriate garnish as 15 ml measures (approx). All served with Fevertree tonic.
Maximum 8 people. If you would like to do a Gin tasting as an event for a hen party/birthday etc please contact us
Step 1 – Choose your gins and go to checkout
Step 2 – Choose your arrival date & time at checkout
Step 3 – Arrive and drink
This is what your taster glasses look like
A tasty tipple crafted using a base spirit made from estate-grown potatoes and a small selection of botaicals – Juniper, Kelp, Carline Thistle and Blaeberry.
The juniper subsides and gives way to cardamom and cinnamon, with a late resurgence from orange peel.
First made in 1820 by James Burroughs. It is still, to this day, made to the same recipe. This is a spiced, fruity gin.
It is called Beefeater 24 because the botanicals are steeped in the spirit for a full 24 hours. The result is a fragrant gin with good sweetness.
The earth rises very well, almost overpowering the mouth if it were not for the juniper and citrus. The woody notes calm down for a smooth and fruity finish.
Broad, long and herbaceous with orange oil, warm spice and the subtle sweetness of thyme honey linger.
The magnificent colour comes from extracts of a flower known as blue pea, and when you mix the gin with tonic, it turns pink!
It’s made with a combination of local and exotic ingredients, including juniper, clove, lemongrass, cubeb peppers and rosehips.
One of the best known and most delicately perfumed gins in the world
Churchill enjoyed gin however and Boodles may have been his favourite brand.
Rich and earthy at first, with mellow vanilla and orange wafting though and bringing sweetness. Plenty of drying pine notes in support, bolstered by a spicy kick of coriander seed.
Bulgarian coriander, blueberries and blackberries as well as bittersweet Valencia orange peels.
Long and bittering with sweet spices and berries. Moreish!
New York. Distilled from local corn and using botanicals including citrus peels from locally grown fruit
Infused with 11 botanicals including silver birch, dandelion, burdock elderberry and iris
from Belgium’s Buss No 509. A delicious combination of fresh Persian peaches along with botanicals including juniper, orange, lemon and vanilla.
Belgian flavoured gins. Here, botanicals including coriander, liquorice, vanilla, orange and lemon combine with fresh pink grapefruit.
A tasty combination of fresh raspberries along with botanicals including juniper, orange, lemon and iris.
Floral at first, with notes of heather and citrus blossom. Orange oil, rosemary and a subtle sweetness of heather honey.
After the roaring success of their Seville Orange vodka, the same formula aplied to their marvellous gin (made with organically grown apples).
made in West Sussex from a grape spirit and 11 botanicals including wild water mint, grains of paradise and citrus peel.
Copperhead is a Belgian gin based on five botanicals – juniper, cardamom, orange peel, angelica and coriander.
clean juniper led flavour with traditional backup botanicals and a bit of liquorice.
Wild Blackthorne Sloe Gin is a delicious blend of London-produced Colonel Fox’s London Dry Gin steeped with sloe berries and natural sugar.
infused with seaweed from the Newquay coast for three weeks. Garden herbs – fennel and dill. Touches of cardamon and pepper follow slowly,
Vibrant, juicy orange notes burst forth, with well-rounded earthy juniper and cool, refreshing hints of mint. Chewy fruit sweets and coriander coming through clear.
Big but balanced notes of all three botanicals appear clear as day, carried on a clean, creamy spirit.
Using a botanical selection based on the limon mandarino, a hybrid between a mandarin orange and a lemon. aged in rum barrels for 35 weeks to enhance and round out the flavours.
A more earthy offering with coriander notes, Edgerton Blue Spice Gin is said to be more masculine in character.
Edgerton is made in London using 15 botanicals, including classics like sweet orange peel, angelica and coriander, as well as intriguing Grains of Paradise and damiana.
A sweet, aromatic, flavourful Scottish gin liqueur. This has a beautiful floral flavour from natural elderflower essences.
a fine balance between the intense rush of ginger spice and the evocative, almost nostalgic sweetness of rhubarb,
An infusion of delicious, crisp Scottish raspberries, using Scottish Juniper, and other botanicals.
aged in oak barrels, and the result of this is an increased level of sweetness, complexity and spice.
The name comes from the time of George II and the 1736 Gin Act, when a 50 pound tax was levied on those wishing to produce and sell gin. Only two distilleries agreed to pay the tax!
created by Master Distiller Pedro Saez Del Burgo using the finest tangerines from Valencia, harvested exclusively between November and January.
Botanicals from around the world, including Grapefruit Peel from Turkey, Jasmine from China, Angelica from Poland, Lemon Peel from Spain and more, as well as Juniper from Italy.
created using the rare and valuable by-products from the Sussex grape harvest. smooth and aromatic with flavours that subtly change with each new vintage.
Gin Gold 999.9 is homage to a gin created in the early 20th century which was said to have been made in a pot still made of gold!
An Irish gin from made with juniper, angelica, orris, caraway, coriander, meadowsweet, cardamom and star anise as well as vapour infused oriental lemon and lime, fresh grapefruit and gunpowder tea!
Made with botanicals including damiana, ginseng and guaran. Up-front herbaceous elements, with sweet touches of juniper and simmering spices.
distilled gin using cucumber as one of the primary botanicals. This makes for a unique, tasty and incredibly refreshing Gin.
Hoxton Gin has new packaging and a new recipe too, with the coconut slightly dialled down. Coconut and grapefruit are still key botanicals, of course.
A soft, sweet gin harkening back to the mid 19th century. Jensen’s Old Tom is naturally sweet with a great number of botanicals.
Jinzu Gin brings English and Japanese traditions together to create an exciting, intriguing spirit. It’s made with a blend of English gin and sake, which brings a luxurious, creamy mouth feel.
The Liverpool Distillery make this lip-smacking gin using oranges all the way from Valencia! Orange oil, light hints of spicy coriander and peppery juniper giving balance.
Xoriguer is made from distilled wine and features juniper (obviously) as well as a secret selection of herbs which only the Pons family (the folks behind Xoriguer) could tell you what’s included.
A fabulous Spanish Gin inspired by Mediterranean flavours, Gin Mare is made with botanicals including arbequina olive, rosemary, thyme, basil and mandarin!
Distilled in pot stills and shipped to Iceland, where it is mixed with Icelandic spring water. flavoured with Tuscan juniper, cassia bark, angelica, Florentine orris, coriander, Seville citrus peel, nutmeg, cinnamon and liquorice root.
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 including citrus.
this one is focused on the scrummy, subtly aromatic notes of Yorkshire tea!
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 fact it’s bottled at a healthy 47%.
No.3 refers to the address of BBR – Number 3, St James’s Street. With juniper at its heart, it’s also made with three fruits and three spices using copper pot stills.
One Key Gin is produced in Slovenia and features a selection of botanicals including coriander, ginger and juniper.
A London Dry Gin made with botanicals from along the traditional spice route that led back to the UK. Indonesian Cubeb berries, Indian black pepper and Moroccan coriander are all used in this gin.
A great, crisp and fruity sloe gin from Plymouth.
It’s an old-style London Dry Gin, containing traditional botanicals and spices, that harks back to the gins of yesteryear. Hot white pepper and heavy berries with plenty of juniper.
Combining notes of juniper and strawberry, this is a vibrantly fruit-forward Spanish gin. Very light and sweet, this should make for a fine summer tipple.
This very northerly gin features an alluring botanical selection including locally harvested Rhodiola Rosea, Rowan Berries, Sea Buckthorn, Blaeberries, Verbena, Coriander Seed, Cardamom and Juniper.
It is made with citrus, juniper, cardamom, nutmeg and Hougari frankincense as well as 7 other botanicals.
Boudier’s Saffron Gin is an extraordinary gin which gains is marvellous tawny-orange hue with the addition of saffron! Fantastic.
The gin itself features 24 botanicals, including kaffir lime, chamomile, local honey and lavender, among others, resulting in a subtly sweet though intricately-balanced tipple.
Distilled in a marvellously compact pot still / column still combo. named Prudence, Sipsmith epitomises distilling on a truly artisinal scale.
Star of Bombay London Dry Gin features botanicals that’ll be familiar to those who love Bombay Sapphire,as well as some new botanicals – bergamot and ambrette seed.
An incredible small batch London dry gin made in pot still number 10. Tanqueray Number 10 is citrussy and full bodied.
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.
A huge 31 botanicals go into The Botanist, including 22 native to Islay. Big notes of citrus, delicate menthol and flowers everywhere!
A botanical selection packed with herbs – Damiana leaf, Strawberry leaf, Liquorice root and Vervain herb, among others. Tasty and herbaceous.
Soft lemon, orris and nutmeg, all leading towards the full-bodied notes of fresh rhubarb.Tangy rhubarb once again is the star of the show, supported by a spicy blend of juniper, black pepper and cardamom.
Stem ginger in syrup builds on the finish, providing a beautiful warmth alongside candied lemon peel. Sparkling… And just a faint suggestion of saffron.
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 focuses on cocoa beans as one of 46 botanicals (also including vanilla pods, hazelnuts and almonds). Launched in 2015, X-Gin is inspired by the Aztecs and their use of cocoa beans.