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The Glendalough 'wild' gin is made with botanicals sustainably foraged in the local Wiklow mountains of Ireland and used fresh for each batch. Notes of juniper, citrus and pine, floral and spicy on the palate - an oily and botanical-rich flavour, suited to drinking neat or in a short G&T to maximize the taste of the botanicals.
This special release from Hendirck's is the 'Luna'. This gin is rich with floral notes, warm baked spices and an uplifting finish of crisp citrus.
A must try for gin lovers, Hendrick's gin is created with 11 different botanicals including rose petals, elderflower and cucumber, as well as traditional ingredients. Try with tonic and slices of cucumber for the garnish for a most refreshing drink.
Hendrick's Neptunia gin is a limited release. This gin is infused with locally sourced coastal botanical's and has a crisp and refreshing finish. It is citrus forward with cucumber and rose notes.
Made entirely from an easily-recycled aluminium refill can, this is the Isle of Harris Gin 'Top-up', allowing you to refill your beautiful gin bottle without needing to throw away or recycle any glass. Simply top up your bottle with this 500ml of Harris Gin, rinse out your Top-Up and pop it into the recycling - a rather smart, green idea from the Isle o' Harris.
The Isle of Harris gin embodies the elemental nature of the island itself and promises a smooth and complex maritime drinking experience. The unique balance of local, hand-gathered sugar kelp combined with eight carefully chosen botanicals speaks of their Island's deep connection with the sea. One of our most popular and sought-after gins, enjoyed with a slice of pink grapefruit as a classic serve, or chilled and offered neat to best showcase its unique flavours.
This brand-new set from the Isle of Harris Gin includes two hand-blown copa crystal glasses. The Harris Gin embodies the elemental nature of the island itself and promises a smooth and complex maritime drinking experience. The unique balance of local, hand-gathered Sugar kelp combined with eight carefully chosen botanicals speaks of our deep connection with the sea. This serve set makes for a beautiful gift for any gin lover.
The Isle of Harris gin embodies the elemental nature of the island itself and promises a smooth and complex maritime drinking experience. The unique balance of local, hand-gathered Sugar kelp combined with eight carefully chosen botanicals speaks of our deep connection with the sea. This serve set makes for a beautiful gift for any gin lover, including two of the new highball glasses.
Made in collaboration with Wrzesniak Glassworks, each of these sophisticated glassware pieces is unique, having been handblown, shaped and polished in traditional fashion. The resulting gently rippled contours and reassuring weight of each glass provides a beautiful and tactile way to complement your Isle Of Harris Gin bottle. A beautiful glass for a beautiful gin and tonic!
Situated on the remote Hebridean Island of the same name, Raasay Distillery was founded in 2014. While the island is no stranger to distilling, Raasay is the first legal distillery to be built there. With fewer than 200 inhabitants, Raasay is a tight knit community, the distillers aim to be at one with the island, bottling on site and employing many locals.
The Raasay Hebridean Gin is distilled in the old way, using malted barley spirit three times distilled in a pot still. Unusually the juniper is harvested on the island itself, complimented by botanicals such as rhubarb root, cubeb, angelica root, and sweet orange peel.
Distilled at an undisclosed rum producer in Jamaica, this 13 year old rum was produced in pot still, offering the heavier side of the regional style. Notes of orange peel and lime lead the nose, with a distinctive note of burnt banana, new leather and other estery notes.
This unique rum was created by taking Panamanian sugar cane spirit that was initially matured in Panama, before ending up in Scotland, where it was transferred to casks that previously held peated whisky from the GlenAllachie distillery. There is a rich presence of plantain, apricot and coconut, joined by singed edges of peat smoke. The palate is sweet and fruity, with mocha-chocolate, pineapple, mango and more. This rum is un-sweetened and natural.
47 refers to the number of botanicals in this unique gin from the Black Forrest in Germany, as well as the fact it is bottled at a healthy 47%. This mutli-award winning gin is undoubtably complex, very aromatic and rich in flavour. Perfect for your favourite gin based cocktails, especially a dry martini.
No. 3 is a London Dry gin made especially for Berry Bros. & Rudd, Britain's oldest wine and spirit merchants, situated at 3, St. Jame's Street, London. The gin itself is produced by De Kuyper Royal distillers in Holland, it is heady with the aroma and taste of juniper, floral notes and plenty of citric zing and a gingery spice of coriander. One of the benchmark gins that offers the very classic London Dry style.
This fantastic Bajan rum has been matured for 10 years in casks before bottling - in what must be one of the most distinctive bottles we have on the shelf. It is juicy with hints of roasted apple and caramel along with fig and raisin flavours and layers of tropical fruit. Another supreb offering from Richard Seale of Foursquare distillery.
The Red Door gin is produced by the family owned Benromach distillery on the fringes of the Speyside region in Scotland. Distilled in Peggy, the distillery's hand-made copper pot gin still, the base spirit is vapour-infused with local botanicals including some that are uniquely Scottish such as rowanberry and sea buckthorn. A zingy citric flavour is joined by floral notes (heather) and an edge of earthyness can be found neat, and with the addition of raspberries in the G&T serve, it brings out the fruity character of the spirit.
Distilled from the 'Cain' variety of sugar cane, this un-aged 'pre-cask' spirit was produced from the Hope farm, situated on Grenada's south eastern flank. This sugar cane is one of the oldest varieties on the Island, and it has produced a spirit that offers an intriguing earthy, funky note to start, with white fruit with a crisp snap of heat & spice.
Taking just the pressed juice from Purple Tallboy cane, and fermenting then pot-distilling, this spirit shows again the Renegade attitude to extracting the essence of the location that the cane is grown. With a vibrant tropical fruit nose, this is first fruity then immediately tangy with salt and surrounded by a phenolic funkyness that is distinctive to this type of spirit.
Produced by the team behind the Waterford distillery in Ireland, this exciting new cane rum comes from the Renegade Rum Distillery in Grenada, West Indies. This is a singular expression of sugar cane grown at the 'New Bacolet' farm, and shows the spirit-forward style of the distillery. There are distinctive notes of sugar cane juice and fermented qualities (apples), following up with fruity toffee apple, raisin and freshly sawn, sweet oak spice.
Distilled from sugar cane juice grown at the Pearls farm in Grenada, West Indies, this brand-new expression from Renegade Rum Distillery celebrates the unique character of the cane grown around the island. Made in Renegade's pot stills, this rum carries a distinctive aroma of fermenting sugar cane, apples being cooked and a vegetal note throughout. Sweeter tones of prune juice and exotic fruityness comes through, finishing earthy and slightly phenolic.
The Roku Japanese gin from Suntory distillers is distilled using botanicals harvested throught the four seasons including sencha tea, gyokuro tea, sansho pepper, yuzu peel, and the famous sakura cherry blossom. The style is nicely balanced between the herbal, floral and spicy notes of the botanicals.
This is an Indain gin is Stranger and Sons, distilled in Goa. Botnaitcals include pepper, lemon and coriander. Refreshing citrus peel and Gondhoraj limes are also used to give an uplifting note to the gin.
All the way from Islay, Scotland, an island famous for peaty single malt whisky, this gin is made at the Bruichladdich distillery. It contains no less than 31 botanicals, of which 22 are native to the Southern Hebridean island itself. A dry style gin with plenty citrus flavours, floral notes and fresh spices.