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Bauhinia Gin:

By the Hong Kong Gin Company Bauhinia Gin, a premium London dry gin, is a tribute to Hong Kong. Distilled from the finest Natural Botanicals and united by the unique flavour of the bauhinia flower, the emblem of Hong Kong, this artisanal small batch gin is crips, refreshing and brimming with the spirit of the city that inspired it.

 

The Bauhinia Gin is distilled using the traditional steep and boil method whereby the botanicals are steeped in neutral grain spirit which has been reduced in strength. As soon as maceration is complete, the mixture is distilled in a pot still producing a spirit of exceptional purity and brimming with the aromas of the botanicals. De-ionised water and neutral grain spirit is then added to reduce the gin distillate to bottling strength. Immediately before bottling, the gin is filtered using 5 micron filters.

Ideal on its own or for a G&T using premium light tonic and garnish with orange zest or as a base for a martini.


 
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Handover Gin

What once was British turns eastward and undergoes a reinvention.

Such is the story of Handover Gin, the first Hong Kong gin. We earned that distinction by building the first distillery in the Pearl of the Orient and then infusing the complexity of Hong Kong into every hand-crafted batch. Classic ginseng (人參) lends a luscious earthiness, balanced by the delicate citrus notes of bitter orange (酸橙). Chinese cinnamon (肉桂) has a warming effect, while the effects of horny goat weed (淫羊藿) are legendary. In all, eleven organic botanicals complement the fundamental essence of fresh juniper, resulting in a gin that honours a past tradition while establishing a new one.

This is gin by our rules. As rich and vibrant as the culture that inspired it, Handover Gin is the spirit of Hong Kong.


 
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Perfume Trees

Capturing the essence of Hong Kong has always been our dream. Using the classical spirit of gin as a canvas, we have painted broad brush strokes of traditional fragrances and aromas, transporting you on a gentle breeze to a portrait of our Hong Kong

 

Immerse yourself in the freshness and subtle elegant aroma of white champaca used in the Perfume Trees Gin. A summer scent that lingers around the streets of Hong Kong, truly characterising the soul and heritage of our city. A historical memory of the aromatic sandelwood that once flowed through our island harbour, leading to its name the port of fragrance, and is still used in temples around the corners of Hong Kong.

The bitterness of the tangerine peel has been softened by its long ageing process, leaving on the sweet citrusy flavour that has become a traditional seasoning with medicinal properties throughout southern Chinese culture. As with everything Perfume Trees gin we have carefully selected a premium tea blend of long Jing green tea from a traditional tea house of over 50 years old in Hong Kong to give a strong and flavourful foundation to the gin.

Finally, the warmth, earthy and liquorice tinted Chinese angelica has been used to replace the more commonly found angelica used in traditional gins to introduce a longer after taste with a hint of Chinese herbal aroma.


 
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Roku Gin

Roku is the premium Japanese craft gin created by the House of Suntory in Osaka, Japan. Crafted by Japanese artisans with meticulous attention to detail, Roku is the perfect balance of flavours. Its precise balance is testimony to Japan’s renowned craftsmanship. Suntory has a long history of making gin, dating back to 1936, and Roku is the modern embodiment of Suntory’s mastery of this process.

In Japanese, Roku translates as “six”. Roku follows the concept of shun – the tradition of enjoying every food and drink in its proper season, only when those foods are at the peak of their flavours.

 

Inside every bottle of Roku are six very special botanicals sourced in Japan. Each of the Japanese botanicals are harvested in their ideal season and from the best growing areas in Japan to ensure the utmost freshness and flavour.

The six Japanese botanicals are combined with eight traditional gin botanicals – juniper berry, coriander seed, angelica root, angelica seed, cardamom seed, cinnamon, bitter orange peel, and lemon peel – for an authentic gin taste. A unique multiple distillation process brings out the best in each botanical.

  • Aroma: Cherry blossom and green tea provide a floral and sweet aroma.

  • Taste: Complex, multi-layered, yet harmonious flavour of various botanicals. Traditional Gin taste in the base, plus characteristic Japanese botanical notes with yuzu (Japanese citrus fruit) as the top note. Smooth and silky texture.

  • Finish: The crisp Japanese sansho pepper brings a little spiciness to the finish.


 
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Sipsmith

London’s first traditional copper distillery since 1820, Sipsmith has re-introduced the art of handcrafted, small-batch gin production to the city. Every bottle of Sipsmith is hand- crafted in genuinely small batches while every drop of every batch is lovingly labored over by hand by their dedicated distillers.

Copper stilled in small batches, this process cleanses the spirit, drawing out many impurities and results in a smooth gin. Sipsmith’s one shot method makes it one of the few gins in the world not to be made from concentrate for an incredible fullness of flavour.

 

London Dry Gin:

Made using only the heart cut of the run, much like a fine single malt scotch, it’s what delivers the gin’s uncompromising quality. Juniper forward, with very classic notes, Sipsmith is perfect for a Gin & Tonic, Negroni, or other classic gin cocktails, yet so smooth it’s an essential for a martini. Combine four parts Sipsmith London Dry Gin with one part dry vermouth in an ice-filled glass. Stir until chilled, strain into a chilled coupe glass, and garnish with a lemon twist.

 

Sipsmith® Sloe Gin:

A truly handmade sloe gin. Each Fall our sloe berries are hand- picked and left to rest on our London Dry Gin for 3-4 months. Year-on-year the harvests vary due to the ever changing, unpredictable weather. Much like a good wine, every vintage that we produce has its own wonderfully unique character. Hence why each has an age statement

 

Sipsmith® VJOP Gin

Handcrafted with the same skill, care and fetishtisical love as our original London Dry Gin, this is our homage to the backbone of all great gin - the Juniper berry. Imagining the botanicals as an orchestra we have taken the lead instrument, amplified its presence in the ensemble, and then raised the decibels by increasing the proof alcohol. Our Very Junipery Over Proof Gin captures the full flavour spectrum of this key botanical through three different distilling techniques


 
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Tanqueray

Back in the 1830s, Charles Tanqueray was not afraid to mix up brave ideas in his own unique style. He invented a gin which is still celebrated to this day. The perfect mix of ingenuity, heritage and hard work.

 

Tanqueray London Dry Gin

Created by Charles Tanqueray in 1830, Tanqueray London Dry Gin is made today according to the same classic, timeless recipe. Tanqueray London Dry Gin is distilled four times and has the perfect balance of four classic gin botanicals – refreshing juniper, peppery coriander, aromatic angelica and sweet liquorice. It is best enjoyed with tonic water, plenty of ice and a wedge of lime, but can be used as a great base for a wide range of cocktails. Tanqueray London Dry Gin has won multiple awards including recent accolades from the World’s Best Bars (Drinks International Brands Report 2018).

It was judged to be the bartender’s overall favourite spirit and the best-selling gin. Its iconic bottle shape is inspired by a three-part cocktail shaker made famous during Prohibition’s classic cocktail movement in the “Roaring 1920s.” The pineapple fruit, which was once considered so exotic that it became the ultimate symbol of hospitality in 1830s England, featured in the Tanqueray family crest and it adorns every bottle from the Tanqueray Distilling Company.

 
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Tanqueray Nº Ten

Tanqueray first created the world’s finest gin in 1830 and it is made today to the same classic, timeless recipe. This legacy and expertise was later infused in Tanqueray No. TEN, which set the standard as the first ultra-premium gin. Distilled in small batches with fresh whole grapefruits, oranges, limes and chamomile flowers, Tanqueray No.TEN is an exceptional taste experience.

Tanqueray No. TEN Gin is distilled four times with Tanqueray’s balance of four classic gin botanicals: refreshing juniper, peppery coriander, aromatic angelica and sweet liquorice. Fresh citrus fruits are then added with camomile flowers in Tiny Ten, the still from which the liquid gets its name The liquid is beautifully smooth as it was designed to craft the perfect martini cocktail. It is best enjoyed with tonic water, plenty of ice and a wedge of pink grapefruit, or with dry vermouth and a twist of pink grapefruit in a perfect martini. It has won also multiple awards and it is in fact the only white spirit in the Hall of Fame at the San Francisco Spirits Awards after being awarded the gold medal three years in a row.

Every bottle carries a seal marking Charles Tanqueray’s name, a symbol of quality and more than 180 years of distilling excellence. The base of the bottle for Tanqueray No. TEN resembles a citrus press, symbolic of the fresh Mexican limes, Florida oranges and pink grapefruits that are distilled in every small batch of the gin.


 
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Vor Icelandic Gin

“VOR” is Icelandic for spring. The Arctic spring is our inspiration and with it comes the sharp taste of an Icelandic summer.

Vor is made from 100% organic Icelandic barley. The barley is grown at the arctic circle in a cold climate, resulting in a hardy and full flavoured base for the gin.

All the botanicals are handpicked and native to Iceland. They take great care in selecting only the best available herbs and botanicals available each season.


 
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Adnams Distillery

Adnams distillery based in Sole Bay Brewery in Southwold has been brewing beers since 1872 and have recently expanded their repertoire to spirits, namely handcrafted Vodka, Whisky and now Gin. Although beer still plays a central part in their every creation – yes even in the gin – in 2008, the chairman of Adnams brewery began exploring the idea of distilling. Following years of hard work, the distillery was up and running in early 2010.

This meant that the entire distilling production – from grain to glass – is now undertaken in-house, an impressive feat that is noteworthy not just for the level of care that is placed in each step, but also because Adnams are one of very few distilleries who have the ability to actually do this.

Adnams from grain to glass, our Copper House Gin is distilled from East Anglian malted barley at our small-batch distillery in Southwold. Our copper pot stills are handmade and create a wonderfully flavoursome spirit. This smooth, rich spirit is then redistilled with six carefully chosen botanicals to impart their distinctive aromas and flavours.


 
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Tarquin’s Cornish Gin

Exquisite London Dry Gin made with actual geranium - which everyone knows is a fantastically aromatic plant. Very unusual, distinctive and utterly delicious…


 
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Geranium Premium London Dry Gin

It was developed according to a tradition that is over 350 years old. It is the result of an unprecedented combination of the passion for gin and the skilful precision which classical scientific training gives.

Their aim was to create a gin that was dry and aromatic at the same time, so it could be used with both crisp mixers such as tonic and vermouth, and fruity mixers like juices, berries, and fruits.

From the beginning, they knew that a particular type of Geranium could add that special quality to the gin which they were seeking to develop and would blend in perfectly with the inevitable Juniper. Also, the common use of Geranium corresponds to the history and the original purpose of gin, which adds an extra dimension of authenticity.


 
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Roby Marton Gin

Handcrafted “Cold compound” Gin Produced from the best cereals and spring waters. It is subjected to two process of distillation and during the final process a part of the distillate is put into a steel barrel in a cold infusion for the final refinement with eleven botanicals: Liquorice roots, juniper berries, peel of lemon and orange, cloves, cinnamon, ginger roots, pimento berries, horseradish, anise seeds and pink pepper.

 

Tasting Notes
Complex, clean and well structured. The nose is both spicy and citric, with a nice balance of liquorice, ginger and juniper. The palate is dry with an uncommon and persisting exotic spicy flavour bestowed by ginger and pink pepper. Finishes dry with a citrus back.


 
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Old English Gin

Old English Gin is made from a 1783 recipe, distilling eleven botanicals in the oldest pot still being used in England today. Old English Gin will come in champagne bottles with organic sealing and silk print, all as they did back in 1783, or from a barrel as the Barman's Special Reserve. This way we are reinvigorating how English Gin was made and distributed back then.

So to taste a cocktail as it was intended, you need a Gin that hasn't changed. Old English Gin is how it was: Truly original


 
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Akayane Distillery

Nestled in the small town of Eichō Beppu, south of Kagoshima, AKAYNE Craft Distillery is the brain child of Satasouji Shouten. Aiming at spreading the culture of shochu to the world, they produce a wide range of shochu which fascinate both shochu lovers and beginners. 

In 2011, they imported a Holstein copper pot still and began experimenting beyond Shochu.

 

Haru

It is the winter of 2018 that they first distilled a Gin: Haru. “Haru means spring in Japanese and is the first of the range of four gins released, each dedicated to a season. Using the base Shochu (sweet potato spirit), Haru is the fruit of a careful maceration of 6 botanicals, double copper pot distilled. A truly unique gin capturing the heart of Kagoshima region. 

 

Natsu

“Natsu”, which means summer in Japanese, is again based on a sweet potato Shochu spirit. Summer in Japan is green and fruitful. It was only natural that Natsu has the same characteristics. It is hence, “Ume”, the well-known Japanese plum that is selected in order to give Natsu a fresh and fruity touch. The plums are harvested early, just before reaching maturity, to keep nice and acidity. 

To symbolise Japans summer’s greenery, Akayane decided to use the Shiso leaf. This beloved edible leaf is widely used in Japanese cuisine, and gives Natsu a beautiful herbal finish. Finally, the cucumber adds a wonderful summery touch to Natsu. It blends perfectly with the other ingredients, especially the kombucha and green tea, and adds sharp noted of freshness. 

 

Aki

Fall is a very exciting season in Japan, particularly culinary wise.Some of Japan’s most flavourful dishes are Autumn disked. The idea with “Aki” was hence to create a gastronomic gin. A unique savoury din that symbolises the best of Japan’s fall season. Sweet potato Shochu is selected again to be Aki’s base spirit. While working with sweet potato spirit Shochu was a real challenge for the other 3 seasons release of Akayane’s Gin heart series, it was the perfect fit for this year’s release.

First, a bouillon is made with Maitake and himeji mushrooms. This bouillon is then macerated in Socchu. This brings Aki a wonderful wild mushroom body. Fresh vanilla pods are then added to the macerate. Its natural fat texture binds it all together. Finally, the Kabosu adds refreshing notes of citrus. 

 

Fuyu

Winter is the season of citrus in Japan. Japan boast a wide range of fresh and fragrant citrus. It is hence only natural that “Fuyu”, the winter release focuses on citrus fruits. Yuzu brings very fragrant and smooth noted to Fuyu. Sakurajima Komikan and Tankan add a fresh acidic touch. Kinkan adds a little bitterness. 

Finally the passion fruit ties everything together with a fruity addition. Fuyu is the only one of the four Akayane Gin Heart series in which juniper berries have a leading role. They marry perfectly with all the other fresh Japanese citrus used to create Fuyu.


 
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Dancing Sands Distillery

We can be found at the bottom of the world, in the most unassuming and remote town of Takaka, Golden Bay. There’s one road in, and one road out. Not the first place you’d think of when starting a global distillery, but hey, we like to do things a little differently around here. At the distillery, we create, bottle and label everything by hand. From foraging for local botanicals and developing new flavours and products, it all happens here. And whilst we now ship our delicious spirits all over the world, we keep the distillery at the heart of everything we do.

We use a 150 litre Jacob Carl copper still, lovingly nicknamed “JC”. Ours was made from hand beaten copper in Germany in 1986 before being shipped to New Zealand. It is a classic still that requires care and attention to every detail during distillation.

 

Dry Gin

Sourced from the aquifer that feeds the clearest spring in the world, our gin is double distilled and vapor infused with 8 carefully selected botanicals. Our methods hope to deliver a classic, timeless gin with a contemporary New Zealand twist. Nature's finest. Pure and simple.

 

Barrel Aged Gin

Aged for 3 months, two types of casks were hand-selected: used 14-year Murderer’s Bay Gold Rum barrels and new French Oak barrels. The resulting gin is exceptional. Dancing Sands Barrel Aged Gin is blended and bottled at 48%. The huge oak flavour shines through with hints of sweetness drawn from the rum casks and the juniper, manuka, and spice that is the hallmark of Sacred Spring. It is a beautiful champagne colour.

 

Saffron Gin

Saffron is one of the world's most cherished ingredients. Used for centuries in healing, it has mystical properties. Over 8,000 crocus flowers were hand-picked to make a single batch of our gin. Combined with cardamom and blended with rosebud infused water, Dancing Sands Saffron gin is exotic, spicy, and lightly floral.

 

Chocolate Gin

Dancing Sands partnered with cocktail institution C.G.R. Merchant and Co. to make New Zealand’s first collaboration gin. We infused our dry gin with cocoa husk and rooibos tea to deliver this serendipitous drop.

 

Wasabi Gin

Wasabi root, grown locally in Golden Bay is the inspiration for how a navy strength gin (58% ABV) should taste. An initial wasabi kick greets you, but it is much more subtle than wasabi paste. The horopito creates a soft warming on the palate, smoothed out by the presence of orange and almonds. The beauty in this gin is the kelp which creates a long salty and savoury finish.

 

Sun-Kissed Gin

Move over pink gin, we bottled summer! Fresh strawberries and locally sourced rhubarb are infused with our dry gin as a nod to summer nostalgia. Bottled at 37.5% ABV, this is what we call a sippin' gin!


 
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Cotswolds Distillery

Distilled with nine carefully considered botanicals, the Cotswolds Dry Gin is a London Dry with an aromatic twist. We distil juniper, coriander seed, angelica root, local lavender, bay leaf, hand-peeled fresh lime and pink grapefruit zest, cardamom and black peppercorn in our copper pot still, resulting in a rich and robust, award-winning gin.

Produced in small batches, this is handmade gin with no corners cut.

 

Cotswolds Dry Gin

Quality: it’s what the nine carefully selected botanicals that go into our gin all have in common. Juniper berries from Macedonia, coriander seed from Morrocco and angelica root from Poland form the classic foundation for our London Dry-style Gin. We then add Cotswolds lavender from nearby Snowshill and Egyptian bay leaves.

The citrus element comes from freshly-peeled lime and pink grapefruit zest - unusually we use fresh peels rather than dried because of the greater quantity of essential oils. This entails peeling several hundred limes and grapefruits per week, by hand. The final botanicals are cardamom seed and black peppercorn, to give a hint of spice.

Tough work, but totally worth it for the vibrant flavours and rich mouthfeel that make our gin stand out from the crowd.

For the perfect G&T, fill a large balloon glass with ice, pour over a generous measure of gin, top with a splash of classic tonic water, and garnish with a slice of pink grapefruit and a fresh bay leaf.


 
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Koval Distillery

Established in 2008, KOVAL produces organic whiskey, liqueurs and specialty spirits in Chicago's first distillery since the mid-1800s. Founders Robert and Sonat Birnecker, chose to leave their academic careers to bring the distilling traditions of Robert’s Austrian family to America. In making this decision, they vowed to make organic spirits from scratch (avoiding the common industry practice of purchasing and bottling pre-made spirits) and to change the way people understand whiskey by creating a new, signature style - using only the “heart” cut of the distillate - affording a brighter, cleaner take on whiskey. 

Embracing the grain-to-bottle mentality, each step of the spirit-making process is thoughtfully monitored: beginning with contracting local farmers to grow the grain, to on-site milling and mashing, to finally distilling, bottling, and packaging. After numerous international awards and Robert at the helm of consulting for the burgeoning craft industry, KOVAL has grown to be one of America’s leading small batch, independent spirit manufacturers. 

 

Dry Gin

Made with a unique variety of woodland spices. Juniper and wildflowers envelop the nose, while the taste is dry, yet vibrant - clean and nuanced by emerald grasses, golden citrus, and white pepper with a round, floral body. Crisp enough to enjoy straight and of course excellent in cocktails both classic and contemporary.

 

Barrel Aged Dry Gin

Fans of KOVAL Dry Gin will taste a similarly crisp spirit with flavours from rose hip, juniper, angelica root, and coriander, but will appreciate a new level of depth and oak from the spirit's time resting in a KOVAL whiskey barrel. The attention to detail that KOVAL's grain-to-bottle process allows shines through in the final product, offering a unique spirit that appeals to gin and whiskey drinkers alike.

 

Cranberry Gin Liqueur

Made with ingredients sourced directly from local, organic Midwestern farmers, the Cranberry Gin Liqueur offers an enticing blend of fruit-forward and bittersweet flavours, surrounded by the crisp, well-rounded notes of KOVAL Gin’s signature 13 botanicals. 

This new direction in KOVAL’s line is an homage to aperitif culture, and is an excellent base for easy, enticing cocktails and spritzes for all seasons -- simply mix with a splash of Prosecco or any sparkling water, or even incorporate into a classic warm punch for the holidays. 

With its dazzling all-natural ruby colour and refreshing tart sweetness, KOVAL’s Cranberry Gin Liqueur makes for an approachable yet distinctive way to play with new flavours and enhance classic recipes.


 
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Gin Lane 1751

The Bloomsbury Club; a group of inquisitive drinks industry veterans with a passion to recreate a range of London Gins with historical accuracy and relevance to the Victorian era. To accomplish this, a partnership was forged with 8th generation London distiller, Charles Maxwell of Thames Distillers, based in Clapham, London. Gin Lane 1751 is the embodiment of a classic Victorian style gin in its taste profile, juxtaposed with accurate label recreation of the period to create a range of four crafted varietals.

 

London Dry Gin

The Classic.  A full-bodied London Dry gin with a predominance of juniper, star anise and refreshing citrus.  Bold, yet smooth, this is a "gin for gin lovers.”   

Style:  A classic, full-bodied London dry gin with a delicate balance of juniper and citrus notes.

Taste:  Well-balanced, bold and refreshing.  Juniper release is complemented with a clean, dry and crisp citrus finish.

 

Old Tom Gin

Old Tom gin is lighter and less intense than a London Dry and was very common in the Victorian times.  A sweeter style gin, we’ve increased the star anise botanical and added a touch of refined sugar to create a full-bodied, perfectly balanced gin.  Traditionally, Old Tom gin should never be barrel aged nor have any colour to the liquid.

Style:  A smooth, full-flavoured gin with a softer and slightly sweet profile.

Taste:  Silky and smooth with a sweet, yet dry taste profile.  Made with 100% refined sugarcane.

 

Victoria Pink Gin

The tradition of blending gin with bitters was first created by the British Royal Navy to balance out sweet and dry gins...and supposedly to help cure sea sickness.  We’ve created a well-balanced gin with juniper still at the forefront but with a harmonious balance of herbal and spiced bitters.   

Style:  A full-bodied gin with an infusion of naturally blended aromatic bitters.

Taste:  Smooth, refreshing and floral with a gentle hint of spiced bitters.

 

London Dry Royal Strength Gin

At a higher proof than our standard London Dry, the higher alcohol content allows the botanicals to further release, giving off more pronounced flavours.  

Style:  Full-bodied and bold to ‘hold’ flavour in classic cocktails.

Taste:  Well-balanced and refreshing.  Bold Juniper release at the forefront complemented with a clean, crisp finish.


 
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Four Pillars Rare Dry

Nose: Highly aromatic orange citrus, spice

Palate: Cinnamon and star anise add rich fruitcake tones, Tasmanian pepperberry leaf provides warmth, and lemon myrtle adds a beautiful lifted citrus note

Finish: Smooth with lingering orange notes

 

Four Pillars Navy Strength

Nose: Lifted aromatics of lime curd, pine needles and fragrant spices

Palate: The use of finger limes highlight the Asian spices such as coriander and star anise, and turmeric adds weight, and a fresh, earthy quality

Finish: Incredibly smooth given the ABV, with punchy lime flavour and a vanilla character which pulls it all together

 

Four Pillars Spiced Negroni

Nose: Highly aromatic, rich and spicy

Palate: West African spice ‘Grains of Paradise’ adds unusual spice, and the use of fresh ginger and blood oranges in the botanical basket lift the spice to another level

Finish: Lingering citrus from the blood orange, with notes of cardamom


 
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Based in Scotland’s capital city, we are ever-inspired by its gin-making heritage, and of its position as a global light; a home to scientists, artists, philosophers and inventors.

Edinburgh Gin is an artful distillation, capturing the spirit of these luminaries while respecting and paying tribute to our unique sense of place; inspiring us to create a world-class portfolio of gins and liqueurs.

As a small-batch distiller, we produce a dynamic range of gins for every occasion, and we’re dedicated to guiding peoples’ discovery of the modern-day gin experience. Every bottle of Edinburgh Gin is produced at our West End, and Leith Distilleries. 

 

Edinburgh Gin

Nose: Clean, fresh and spicy.

Palate:   Rounded juniper, pine, floral lavender with hints of soft spice and aromatic citrus. 

Finish: Lemongrass and orange peel contribute lively citrus notes.


 
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Founded in 1761 by Thomas Dakin, the forefather of English gin and our original master distiller, our award winning gin has been at the forefront of British gin for gin lovers through the centuries.

Established in 1761, Greenall’s is the First and Original London Dry Gin. Expertly handcrafted by England’s oldest gin distillery, G&J Distillers in Warrington, Greenall’s has celebrated a rich heritage of craftsmanship, quality and the ‘Great British Spirit’ for over 250 years.

Each batch of award winning Greenall’s gin is expertly handcrafted with 100% British wheat yielding a silky, smooth spirit with juniper-led taste infused with fresh citrus notes. Its eight botanicals are handpicked and sourced from across the world and include wild Tuscan juniper berries, delicate Moroccan coriander and zesty Spanish lemon peel. Only the finest botanicals are used to create Greenall’s London Dry Gin.

 

Greenall’s Original

Nose: Rounded juniper notes and mature citrus flavours which are fresh and punchy. Woody, earthy aromas and warm spice finish.

Taste: Silky smooth opening that develops into rich camphor and citrus taste. Underlying Eastern spice.

Finish: A lasting finish of delicate bitterness and residual sweetness.


 
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Marylebone Gin

Thomas Greenall founded Greenalls in 1762 – at a time when London’s Marylebone Pleasure Gardens were in full swing. Then, in the 1830s, a Liverpudlian solicitor named John fell in love with Isabella, the daughter of Thomas. They married, and John began working for Greenalls. Turned out distilling was in his blood, as it has proved to be for his son, his grandson…all the way down through eight generations to Johnny Neill, who carries the family torch forward today.

 

Marylebone Gin

Nose: More delicate and complex, bursting with floral overtones.

Taste: Juniper, sweet Citrus and grapefruit taste, leading into more intense floral and citrus notes 

Finish: A beautiful spicy lingering finish with notes of cassia, cloves and liquorice.


 
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Chase Distillery

In our bespoke copper gin still, Ginny, we add 10 botanicals into the carter head for vapour infusion through our spirit as well as 2 of our botanicals in the belly of the still giving a different complexity to our gin. Most distilleries are trying to use botanicals to mask the base spirit in their gin, whereas we use our botanicals to draw out the best aspects and our botanicals compliment the mineral earthiness in our potato spirit.

For our GB gin we infuse juniper buds and berries to ensure that we distil the driest gin possible, followed by cinnamon, ginger, almond, coriander, cardamom, cloves, angelica root, liquorice root and lemon to ensure a distinct, full and robust flavour.

 

Chase GB Gin

GB Gin is crafted by copper pot distilling Chase Potato Vodka with 10 botanicals; juniper (the buds and the berries), coriander seed, bitter almond, cinnamon bark, ginger, cloves, angelica root, liquorice root, lemon peel kibbles, and cardamon to create our GB extra dry gin.

Nose: Zesty citrus and warm spicy notes.

Palate: Juniper, dark chocolate and lemon then rich spices.

Finish: Full bodied and robust with a dry finish.

 

Chase Pink Grapefruit and Pomelo Gin

Pink Grapefruit & Pomelo Gin is crafted by copper pot distilling GB Gin with a bounty of pink grapefruit and pomelo peels.This zippy and zesty gin mixes perfectly with tonic and should be garnished with a fleshy wedge of pink grapefruit.

Nose: Powerful notes of pink grapefruit combined with subtle hints of juniper and lime zest.

Palate: Tart grapefruit meets juniper.

Finish: Lasting sensation of fresh pink grapefruit.

 

Chase Elegant Gin

Designed to create the ultimate Gin Martini.

Elegant 48 Gin is made using rare varieties of apples from our 200-year-old orchards. In Ginny, our bespoke gin still, we add juniper, hops, elderflower, Bramley apple, angelica root, orange and lemon peels, plus secret wild botanicals from our meadow and fresh water from our spring

Nose: Fresh aromas of juniper, citrus fruit and spices.

Palate: Elegant, crisp and fruity followed by warm spices and earthy undertones.

Finish: Full bodied, aromatic, complex.


 
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Míl is an Irish pot still gin, distilled with fragrant Mediterranean botanicals. Distilled with Almond, Basil, Bergamot Orange, Gooseberry, Juniper, Olives, Orris, Rosemary and Thyme, this small-batch gin is bursting with southern sunshine. Míl was created by a team of ‘ginthusiasts’ at the Pearse Lyons Distillery, in the refurbished St. James Church, who were moved by the historic site links with the Camino de Santiago in North-West Spain where tradition has it St. James is buried.

 

Míl Gin

This gin is an Iberian-Irish fusion, personified through the story of Míl, the mythical Spanish warrior whose descendants populated our land bringing with them the warm flavours of the sun.


 
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A Witch, A Dragon & Me

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Francis Hanau Dry Gin

Hanau, Germany born François De La Boë, a pharmacist who then moved to Holland, is known as the inventor of Gin. In the 17th century, he originally experimented with alcohol to mix Juniper berries and other herbs to cure stomach diseases, creating such an enjoyable drink, people have been consuming it out of pleasure since centuries. As a homage to De La Boë’s creation, Hanau Dry Gin created this small batch classic Gin, which takes you on a journey of senses through the ingredients such as juniper, coriander, vervain, hibiscus, laurel, clary, basil, grapefruit finishing off with a light flowery aroma of blood orange.

 

 
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Skin Gin

The exceptional taste of Skin Gin relies on the choice of seven botanicals: The unique Moroccan mint, citrus peels of orange, pink grapefruit, lime & lemon, juniper and Vietnamese coriander.

These handpicked botanicals are individually distilled in so called "Anisateuer" in an old copper still, in order to obtain as close to 100% of the essential oils they contain. The exquisite essences are then blended by hand and bottled as Skin Gin.

 

 
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Rheinland Dry Gin

Siegfried Dry Gin is a German gin from the Rhine region. It got its name from the mythological hero Siegfried, who famously defeated a dragon and became immortal. This gin has an impressive story and an even more impressive taste. Made with 18 botanicals, it has floral notes from the Linden blossoms and a touch of thyme brings in a warm herbaceous taste. With a big story, big taste, and impressive awards, this small batch gin is quickly becoming a top German gin.

 

 
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Niemand Dry Gin

An outstanding gin, just like a summer walk through a coniferous forest. Floral lavender and a sweet sandal wood is in the nose alongside with a touch of vanilla. The juniper and the aroma of sandal wood are quite distinct and through fresh apples or ginger even more accented.

 

AWARDS:

Los Angeles International Spirits Competition 2017: Silver

International Wine and Spirits Competition IWSC, London 2017: Silver

German Design Award Nominee 2017

China Wine & Spirit Awards, CWSA best value, Hong Kong 2017: Gold

Craft Spirits Festival, Berlin, 2016: Silver


 
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Wagging Finger 7837

Wagging Finger is a traditionally progressive Dutch distillery: straightforward and no- nonsense, with a typical Dutch twist. Wagging Finger offers honest and high quality products, together with surprising experiments with a healthy dose of civil disobedience!

 

Wagging Finger V3.0 Gin - 44%
This is the third and final bottling of the "Exercises" series. Based on the three exercises Wagging Finger core gin will be created using 8 botanicals, including juniper berries, cardamom, coriander, lemon. First note is the cardamom spice, with citrus and juniper berries, with a little sweetness at the finish.

Wagging Finger American Oak Gin - 44%
The American Oak Gin is aged six weeks on virgin American Oak with the Wagging Finger V3.0 as its base. The ageing in wood gives the gin a nice oaky flavour without losing the citrus notes. Also, here the cardamom spice is clearly present and at the finish some ginger. A great sipping gin.


 
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Cadenhead’s

The firm of William Cadenhead Limited, Wine and Spirit Merchants, was founded in 1842 and was in the ownership of the same family until it was taken over by the well known Campbeltown firm of J & A Mitchell & Co. Ltd who own Springbank Distillery.

We bottle all of our products locally, here in Campbeltown. Our ethos comes from the wider attitude of our parent company, J & A Mitchell & Co Ltd, which also owns Campbeltown distilleries Springbank and Mitchell’s Glengyle. We do everything in-house and employ our staff from throughout the local community. 

Campbeltown was once the whisky capital of the world and we are very proud to be based in a town with such exalted history within our industry.

 

Old Raj

Old Raj gin has been produced for Cadenhead's since 1972 and is available at 46% and 55% abv. Bottling takes place in Campbeltown. This quality floral gin has a slight yellow tint due to the addition of the saffron. This valuable and rare ingredient is added post distillation.

Main botanicals: Juniper, Coriander, Seville orange peel, Liquorice, Angelica root, Orris, Cinnamon, Cassia Quills, Nutmeg.

Saffron is added post distillation.


 
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Friday Chic Gin

Friday Chic Gin is a cosmopolitan, contemporary and eclectic gin, and in general will appeal to all consumers.

Floral, fruity, with slight citrus notes that come from orange blossom and tropical fruit flavors, feeling a slight aftertaste influenced by the Baga vine leaf. It is a balanced gin by the juniper and cardamom, with a soft and smooth end influenced by the rose petals. The Botanicals presented in this gin: juniper, cardamom, rose petals, orange blossom and Baga vine leaf.

 
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Spirit of Hven

On the island of Hven located in the strait of Öresund between Denmark and Sweden lies an island rich in agricultural heritage and a small family-owned distillery: Spirit of Hven. The surrounding region is home to some of Sweden’s absolute best producers of agricultural products, which explains why Spirit of Hven emphasizes the use of local ingredients.

The Spirit of Hven distillery was founded in 2008, becoming the third pot-still distillery in Sweden and the smallest pot-still distillery in the world. Their single malt Swedish whisky, meanwhile, is Sweden’s first island whisky. All the products are Organic certified, completely natural, as should be. Every bottle is individually numbered and controlled before being waxed by hand.

 

The gin holds clear citrus notes, still smooth distinct tone of Mauritian Bourbon Vanilla and Cassia bark. Fresh Swedish junipers give a round character, well-balanced with Cardamom and Calamus root. Sichuan pepper, Aniseed and Guinea pepper gives structure and edge. This gin has a surprisingly long aftertaste with a gentle touch of Liquorice and cut hay.

 

Our grain base spirit is mashed in from a recipe with Wheat, Barley and Rye, fermented to 9.8% ABV over 68 hours, and then distilled to 96% ABV in specially designed copper columns. The spirit is matured on oak casks for a minimum of two years prior to maceration with junipers, coriander, cardamoms, cassia bark as well as orange and lemon peels about 24 hours.

After maceration the spirit is carefully redistilled in our specially designed still with lavender, chamomile and elderflowers in the botanical baskets.


 
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Stockholms Bränneri

Stockholms Bränneri is situated in an old Jaguar workshop on the island of Södermalm in Stockholm, Sweden. Their vision is to create a meeting place for people. A place to socialize, drink, eat, share thoughts and ideas and most importantly: Have a great time. In the workshop they create Stockholm’s first craft gin, inspired by our Nordic heritage. Their distillers are influenced by the natural, but also architectural, elements of our surroundings, driven by curiosity.

 

All of Stockholm Bränneri’s gins are hand crafted at Södermalm in Stockholm. The dry gin is a Nordic take on a traditional dry gin that has got its characteristics from seven organic botanicals: juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, lemon peel, heather, elderflower and rosemary. This blend gives the gin a delicate flowery taste parallel to the classic juniper and citrus notes. This makes it perfect for the classic gin cocktails, but also ideal to purely enjoy neat or in a Dry Martini.

 

Inspired by pink summer skies. Infused with rose petals and rhubarb. A floral but still dry gin. Foraged lingonberries are steeped in the gin post distillation and is giving the gin its subtle pink color and some fruitiness. Makes a great Gin & Tonic but is also perfect for a Rhubarb 75. The taste of Swedish summer made for enjoying during summer nights.

 

The Oak gin is distilled with orange peel and long pepper, and has rested on bourbon barrels to bring a smooth marriage between the classic gin tones with orange and the vanilla tones from the bourbon casks. Stockholm Bränneri calls this gin a sipping gin, best enjoyed neat on ice.