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aged in oak barrels, and the result of this is an increased level of sweetness, complexity and spice.
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.
One Key Gin is produced in Slovenia and features a selection of botanicals including coriander, ginger and juniper.
this one is focused on the scrummy, subtly aromatic notes of Yorkshire tea!
Stem ginger in syrup builds on the finish, providing a beautiful warmth alongside candied lemon peel. Sparkling… And just a faint suggestion of saffron.
A more earthy offering with coriander notes, Edgerton Blue Spice Gin is said to be more masculine in character.
One of the best known and most delicately perfumed gins in the world
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!
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.
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.
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.