49–60 of 72 results
aged in oak barrels, and the result of this is an increased level of sweetness, complexity and spice.
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.
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.
clean juniper led flavour with traditional backup botanicals and a bit of liquorice.
Big but balanced notes of all three botanicals appear clear as day, carried on a clean, creamy spirit.
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!
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.
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.
An incredible small batch London dry gin made in pot still number 10. Tanqueray Number 10 is citrussy and full bodied.
A soft, sweet gin harkening back to the mid 19th century. Jensen’s Old Tom is naturally sweet with a great number of botanicals.
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.
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.