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The magnificent colour comes from extracts of a flower known as blue pea, and when you mix the gin with tonic, it turns pink!
from Belgium’s Buss No 509. A delicious combination of fresh Persian peaches along with botanicals including juniper, orange, lemon and vanilla.
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.
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.
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.
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%.
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.
After the roaring success of their Seville Orange vodka, the same formula aplied to their marvellous gin (made with organically grown apples).
Bulgarian coriander, blueberries and blackberries as well as bittersweet Valencia orange peels.
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.
The juniper subsides and gives way to cardamom and cinnamon, with a late resurgence from orange peel.
Belgian flavoured gins. Here, botanicals including coriander, liquorice, vanilla, orange and lemon combine with fresh pink grapefruit.