Geranium Premium London Dry

Whoever said chemistry class isn’t useful should be given a smack on the head. We’d like to think that the skilled chemist Henrik Hammer agrees, at least.

St George Botanivore

The Botanivore is said to be a fauna greedy gin that originates from California. Being the gin lovers that we are, we just had to get our hands on some.

Sipsmith London Dry

Apparently the team at Sipsmith had a ‘Eureka!’ moment and decided to bring back traditional copper distilleries because, why not? We also heard that they had too much time on their hands, so they took a trip around the world, searching high and low for ten fine botanicals; none of which would surprise a 19th century master distiller.

Mombasa Club London

Inspired by its African heritage, over fifty recipes were tried and discarded to deliver flavours back in the British colonial times.

Cadenhead’s Old Raj (Red Label)

A Scottish gin distilled from juniper berries, orange peel, lemon peel, coriander seed, angelica root, orris root, cassia bark and almond powder.

Boudier Saffron

Hand crafted and produced in a traditional pot still in small batches, this gin is made from 9 fresh botanicals. The lingering taste of saffron, together with the buttery texture and subtle spice makes this a unique gin.

Monkey 47

A curious gin from the Black Forrest in Germany. Made with 47 botanicals and bottled at 47%, it is botanically complex and well structured.

West Winds Sabre

'Sabre' represents a traditional London Dry style gin led by an undercurrent of juniper heavy flavours balanced with coriander. The additional wattle seeds adds depth to the mid palate, introducing a creamy texture.

Bluecoat American Dry

Named after the militia's uniforms during the American Revolution, the aroma of orange blossom and lemon sherbet is embodied in the Bluecoat American gin, finishing with a hit of zesty citrus fruit.

‘G’ 1&9

French Dry Gin Distilled using juniper berries, sweet orange peel, coriander, Jamaican chili pepper, angelica, cardamom.