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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.
Long and bittering with sweet spices and berries. Moreish!
Copperhead is a Belgian gin based on five botanicals – juniper, cardamom, orange peel, angelica and coriander.
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.
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.
A great, crisp and fruity sloe gin from Plymouth.
New York. Distilled from local corn and using botanicals including citrus peels from locally grown fruit
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.
One Key Gin is produced in Slovenia and features a selection of botanicals including coriander, ginger and juniper.
Distilled in a marvellously compact pot still / column still combo. named Prudence, Sipsmith epitomises distilling on a truly artisinal scale.
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.
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.