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.
New Deal Gin No. 1
American Craft Gin A savoury, full-bodied gin that capture deeper flavours of the juniper berries. Aromas of balsa wood, toasted meringue, faint dried oregano, pressed linen, and peppered nuts with a silky, dryish medium body and a chalk, lemon powder, anise, pepper, pine saw dust finish.
Ford’s London Dry
London Dry Gin Simon Ford made this gin to be a workhorse for bartenders from a blend of nine botanicals. The mix of 9 botanicals starts with a traditional backbone base of juniper & coriander seed that's balanced with citrus (bitter orange, lemon & grapefruit peels), floral (jasmine flower & orris) and spice (angelica & cassia).
Pinckney Bend American Gin
Organic American Gin The nine botanicals used in this gin are all organic, and American-sourced. They include standard gin ingredients such as juniper berries, coriander seeds, orris, angelica, and liquorice root, but also contain lavender and three different kinds of dried citrus.
The Chief Gowanus – New Netherlands Gin
The Chief Gowanus is made with a base of unaged, double-distilled rye whiskey. With a good helping of juniper berries and Cluster hops, the kind which would have been used around the early 1800s, it goes through a third distillation in a traditional pot still and is then aged for three months, creating a smooth, robust genever for the new generation.
Blanton’s Special Reserve Bourbon
Special Reserve is a lower strength single barrel bourbon from Blanton's. Ideal for those new to Single Barrel bourbons. A sweeter taste profile with aromas of dry citrus, raisin and light vanilla, finishing with crisp spicy notes and a hint of cinnamon apple.